Cat and Muse by Rozália Szeleczki is in post-production

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MANUFACTURING / FINANCING Hungary

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– Produced by Lupa Pictures, the director’s feature debut stars Franciska Töröcsik as a young thirtysomething in love with a strange cat

Franciska Töröcsik and Csaba Polgár in cat and muse

Started on May 6, the filming of cat and muse (Cicaverzum), the first feature film by Rozalia Szeleczki wrapped on June 15. Noticed in particular with the short film Mrs. Rozgonyi (2018), the filmmaker brought together the cast Franciska Torocsik (appreciated among others in Aurora Borealis: Aurora Borealis [+see also:
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), Csaba Polgar (for the first time in a leading role), Dorottya Udvaros (remarkable recently in Final report [+see also:
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interview: István Szabó
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), Robert Alfoldi (famous theater director and actor), experienced actress Teri Tordai (seen this year in The Grand son), Tibor Kiss and the singer Adel Csobot.

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Written by Szofia Kemeny and Rozália Szeleczki, the script centers on Fáni, a 30-year-old woman who has long given up on falling in love because of her troubled past. But one day, a black cat starts courting her. Although Fáni is a successful architect, she remains a little girl at heart and falls in love with this macho cat, even though she is the only one who hears his voice. This unusual romance unfolds with strange twists, until Fáni loses almost everything that was important to her to the narcissistic cat. Meanwhile, she doesn’t even notice that Mihály, the cat’s charming owner, is courting her as well…

Produced by Petra Ivanyi for Lupa Photos, cat and muse is co-produced by RTL Hungary and has benefited from the support of the Incubator program of the National Film Institute (NFI). Photography will be supported by Kristof M Deak. The distribution in Hungarian cinemas will be guided by Fórum Hungary.

For the record, Petra Iványi recently produced (on behalf of Filmteam) Matyas Szaboit is wandering leaves (read the article) and Attila Hartungit is FOMO: Fear of missing out [+see also:
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(Translated from French)

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