Burgers with Hungarian mixed pickles, a red Zhiguli car, night swimming in the wave pool, Orom street 8, Rojál, Rambo, a high-school graduation and counterfeit train tickets—that's about the summary of Ferenc Török's 2001 film, which has since become iconic in Hungary.
Moscow Square, set at the time of the regime change in 1989, became a defining cinematic experience for Hungarian spectators and lives up to its former glory even today. We love it! The film features not only the eponymous Moszkva or Moscow Square, now named Széll Kálmán, but also several other locations in Budapest: the tunnel below Gellért Hill, the Liberty Bridge, the Gellért Spa and even Pajtás Restaurant makes an appearance.
Paying tribute to Török's film, we are indulging Moscow Square-fans with this poster on the 20th anniversary of the film's Hungarian premiere.
ATTENTION: limited number of copies available!
three-colour risograph-printed poster
Size: A3 (297 × 420 mm)