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Ildikó Bánsági is a Actor Hongroise born on 19 october 1947 at Budapest (Hongrie)

Ildikó Bánsági

Ildikó Bánsági
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Nationality Hongrie
Birth 19 october 1947 (74 years) at Budapest (Hongrie)
Awards Kossuth Prize, Jászai Mari-díj

Ildikó Bánsági (born 19 October 1947) is a Hungarian actress. She has appeared in over 80 films since 1966. She starred in Passion, which was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.

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Filmography of Ildikó Bánsági (18 films)

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Children of Glory, 2h3
Origin Hongrie
Genres Drama, Historical, Romance
Themes Sports films, Films about the Olympic Games, Political films
Actors Kata Dobó, Iván Fenyő, Sándor Csányi, Ildikó Bánsági, Daniel Gabori
Roles Karcsi anyja
Rating69% 3.4982753.4982753.4982753.4982753.498275
Children of Glory commemorates Hungary's Revolution of 1956 and the Blood in the Water match. Taking place in Budapest and at the Melbourne Olympic Games in October and November of that year, the film takes viewers into the passion and sadness of one of the most dramatic popular revolts of the twentieth century. In the same year Soviet tanks were violently suppressing the Revolution within Hungary, the Hungarian water polo team was winning over Russia in the Olympic pool in Melbourne, in what is sometimes described as the bloodiest water polo match in history. While telling the story of 1956 in part through fictional lead characters, the film-makers simultaneously recreated many of the key public events of the Revolution, including the huge demonstrations and the fighting in the streets of Budapest.
Rose's Songs, 1h38
Genres Drama
Themes Political films
Actors Franco Castellano, Maia Morgenstern, Ildikó Bánsági, Đoko Rosić, Zoltán Gera, Piroska Molnár
Roles Lili
Rating61% 3.0502753.0502753.0502753.0502753.050275
Autumn 1944. Yellow star, ghettos, Arrow Cross terror. The inhabitants of Hungary's capital, Budapest, await the tragic fulfilment of their fate with helpless resignation. However, above one of the city's villas, once a week in the evening the stars of hope sparkle, if only for a few minutes. This short time gives fresh heart to those hiding here and kindles hope in their tortured souls to live for another day. This mysterious power is none other than a beautiful song that can be heard at such times from the villa's tower room. Géza Halász, the villa's always jovial caretaker, believes no Jew has reason to fear while the owner of the voice, Imre Rose, the world-famous opera singer and a Jew himself, remains in Budapest and does not flee from the country in spite of his American, British, Swiss, Swedish and Vatican connections. Halász visits the singer every Friday to dine with him. After a while the marvellous, hope-inspiring concert starts, which is listened to by the hiding inhabitants of the house with enraptured faces through the villa's open dumb waiter. Already in the "palmy years of peacetime" Rose had competed with Csortos, the famous actor, for the title of "Budapest's Greatest Misanthrope". Thus it does not surprise anybody that the eccentric singer never, not even once, tries to make contact with his fellow Jews who took refuge in his house. And when Halász recounts that the singer swore within an hour of the Arrow Cross's seizing power that he would not utter a single word nor cross the threshold of his tower room until "Andrássy Avenue has been purged of this Arrow Cross scum", even the slightest suspicion about Rose's "invisibility" vanishes. Only a fourteen-year-old boy, Tommy, the caretaker's son, listens to the weekly song with curiosity combined with suspicion, and tries to find out about the secret of the tower room. As a result of the adolescent's persistent and undaunted inquiries, the opera singer's mystery is unveiled. Meanwhile, however, almost unnoticed, the events of the calamitous days, filled with excitement and cheerfulness, turn the boy into a truly adult man. The story of THE SONGS OF RÓZSA is based on true events.
Dear Emma, Sweet Böbe, 1h30
Directed by István Szabó
Origin Hongrie
Genres Drama
Actors Johanna ter Steege, Péter Andorai, Ildikó Bánsági, Irma Patkós, Hédi Temessy, Attila Kaszás
Roles Emma (voice)
Rating69% 3.486613.486613.486613.486613.48661
The film shows the political system's changes in Budapest. The Sweet Emma, Dear Böbe shows the losers of the change and their searching of way. After that Russian language had been removed from compulsory subjects of Hungarian schools the two Russian teacher, Emma and Böbe became redundant. The teaching staff also were shaken of insecurity, accusing each other. Emma and Böbe are learning English in the evenings. Emma also sells newspapers and she has an affair with the married school director, who is not too brave to decide. One of the best scenes of the film when Böbe and many naked women - teachers and nurses - are waiting for casting in a film studio. Böbe is acquainted with foreigners and she trades in foreign currencies. Böbe will be arrested and she finally jumps out of the window of the teachers' accommodation.
Meeting Venus, 1h59
Directed by István Szabó
Origin Hongrie
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance
Actors Glenn Close, Niels Arestrup, Erland Josephson, Macha Méril, Jay O. Sanders, Marián Labuda
Rating65% 3.2949953.2949953.2949953.2949953.294995
Un chef d'orchestre hongrois est appelé à l'Opéra de Paris pour diriger Tannhäuser de Richard Wagner, et rencontre de nombreuses difficultés.
Diary for My Father and My Mother, 1h59
Directed by Márta Mészáros
Genres Drama
Themes Films about children
Actors Jan Nowicki, Mari Törőcsik, Ildikó Bánsági, Anna Polony, Lajos Balázsovits
Roles Ildi
Rating65% 3.28693.28693.28693.28693.2869
This story follows a young student, who is orphaned as she grows to adulthood in the shadow of the 1956 Hungarian uprising. Coming from the Communist intelligentsia, she sees her friends and family react differently. Her lover, a married factory manager, supports the patriots and later assists fellow workers in staging a strike. Meanwhile her sister and others express anger at being forced from their homes during the revolution and continue to express a hatred for the rebels afterwards. But in the end they realize that for all people, real life is not possible after the revolt and its brutal suppression by the Soviets and their collaborators.
Hanussen (1988)
, 2h20
Directed by István Szabó
Origin German
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Fantasy, Historical
Themes Films about magic and magicians
Actors Klaus Maria Brandauer, Erland Josephson, Ildikó Bánsági, Károly Eperjes, Grażyna Szapołowska, György Cserhalmi
Roles Sister Betty
Rating71% 3.5918353.5918353.5918353.5918353.591835
Austrian Klaus Schneider, who later comes to be known as Erik Jan Hanussen is wounded during World War I. While recovering in the care of Dr. Emil Bettelheim (Erland Josephson), the Doctor discovers that Schneider possesses empathic powers. After the war, with one friend as his manager and another as his lover, Schneider changes his name and goes to Berlin to perform in halls and theaters as a hypnotist and mind reader. His purported powers bring him to the attention of the Nazis which cause his fame and power – as well as his own troubles – to grow.
Love, Mother, 1h43
Directed by János Rózsa
Genres Drama
Actors Dorottya Udvaros, Róbert Koltai, Péter Andorai, Ildikó Bánsági
Roles Osztályfõnöknõ
Rating65% 3.2869953.2869953.2869953.2869953.286995
Diary for My Children, 1h46
Directed by Márta Mészáros
Origin Hongrie
Genres Drama
Actors Mari Törőcsik, Anna Polony, Jan Nowicki, Lajos Balázsovits, Pál Zolnay, Ildikó Bánsági
Roles Juli's mother
Rating73% 3.683213.683213.683213.683213.68321
1947. Une jeune Hongroise, Juli, orpheline (son père, communiste réfugié en Union soviétique après l'écrasement de la république des Conseils en 1919, a été fusillé lors des purges staliniennes), rentre dans sa patrie en ruines. Elle est confiée à une tante, Magda, une résistante antifasciste, fermement acquise au nouveau régime…
The Long Ride, 1h36
Directed by Pál Gábor
Genres Drama, War, Action
Actors Ildikó Bánsági, Đoko Rosić, Kelly Reno, John Savage
Roles Klara
Rating58% 2.9073552.9073552.9073552.9073552.907355
Un aviateur américain s'écrase en Hongrie, au cours de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale. Il va déjouer l'ennemi nazi grâce à l'aide de cowboys magyars ...
Another Way, 1h42
Directed by Károly Makk
Origin Hongrie
Genres Drama, Historical
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieslak, Ildikó Bánsági, Grażyna Szapołowska, Judit Hernádi, Judit Pogány, Péter Andorai
Roles Szalánczky Éva (voice)
Rating70% 3.5361453.5361453.5361453.5361453.536145
At Christmas 1958 in Hungary, the body of Éva Szalánczky, an apparent murder victim, is recovered from a forest. In hospital, Livia Horváth, bandaged around her neck is recuperating, and is told that she will be unable to live her life as before; the reason is not made explicit.
Mephisto (1981)
, 2h24
Directed by István Szabó
Origin German
Genres Drama, War
Themes Films about television, Political films
Actors Klaus Maria Brandauer, Krystyna Janda, Ildikó Bánsági, György Cserhalmi, Péter Andorai, Karin Boyd
Roles Nicoletta von Niebuhr
Rating76% 3.8466753.8466753.8466753.8466753.846675
L’ascension vertigineuse d'Hendrik Höfgen, un comédien ambitieux et opportuniste sous la République de Weimar, prêt à sacrifier peu à peu amis, convictions et honneur pour faire carrière. Il obtient le rôle de Méphisto dans la pièce de Goethe, au théâtre national... mais n'est-il pas en réalité plutôt un nouveau Faust, ayant vendu son âme au diable nazi ?