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Vilmos Zsigmond and Laszlo Kovacs on the set

Reviews

  • Spanning the pair's half-century-long friendship and individual work on strikingly shot films of the past four decades, [No Subtitles Necessary] deftly combines personal, political and cinematic histories through anecdote-laden interviews and eye-popping clips.

    Variety
  • It's a tale of friendship and survival that has become legend in Hollywood.

    Los Angeles Times
  • Like anyone else immersed in the classic American movies of that time (and, really, who isn’t?), I knew who these two men were, understood a few things about their art, and had a dim awareness of the fact (coincidence — or something more?) that they were both Hungarian émigrés. I was amazed, though, at how much I didn’t know.

    Entertainment Weekly
  • ... An intimate portrait of the 50-year journey of two giants of modern image making and their deep bond of brotherhood that transcended every imaginable boundary.

    Immigrant Magazine