A KIS VALENTINÓ – LITTLE VALENTINO (1979) Director: Jeles András Writer: Jeles András, Tóth Zsuzsa Composer: Lendvay Kamilló Cinematographer: Kardos Sándor Cast: Opoczki János, Iványi István, Farkas József, Ladányi Dénes When director Jeles András graduated from Színház- és Filmművészeti Egyetem he followed the path of many other Eastern European directors by filming documentaries and doing TV films. In 1979 he paired with fellow graduate, friend, and cinematographer Kardos Sándor to release A KIS VALENTINÓ. Debuting at a point in Hungarian history that was experiencing a lack of growth and the beginning strain of a global recession that heavily hit Eastern European economies. Jeles took that documentary style to create a slice-of-life film that follows a young man as he carelessly wanders around town spending money he has stolen from work. A KIS VALENTINÓ captures the feelings of Hungary…