TÍZEZER NAP – TEN THOUSAND DAYS (1965) Director: Ferenc Kósa Script: Ferenc Kósa, Sándor Csoóri, Imre Gyöngyössy Music: András Szöllösy Cinematography: Sándor Sára Cast: Tibor Molnár, Gyöngyi Bürös János Koltai, László Nyers János Rajz Ferenc Kósa’s debut feature film TÍZEZER NAP received early international acclaim at Cannes before returning to Hungarian censors where large portions of the film became censored. Even though the film was voted one of the Budapest 12, it still has polarizing views among Hungarians with some viewing it harshly as propaganda. Released well after the 1956 revolution, TÍZEZER NAP was released at a time when Hungary saw an increased standard of living and right before Kádár’s free-market changes in 1968.  TÍZEZER NAP would also mark Kósa’s long relationship with fellow filmmaker Sándor Sára and writer Sándor Csoóri. TÍZEZER NAP begins before World War II, following…