Judgment in Hungary

Institute History

  • 2012 Sundance Documentary Film Grant


Judgement in Hungary is a court-room drama about the trial of the four-member team of serial killers, who during the course of one year killed several Roma people, among them 5 -year-old child, they were charged of serial killing with racial motivation. The film is taking place in a small and claustrophobic court room in Budapest, Hungary. The trial began March 2011 of four suspected perpetrators charged by the Hungarian state, and ended 6th of August, 2013. They were charged of serial killings with racial motivation.


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