The story is about a desperate, drunk young girl who unburdens
her heart in a moving speech to a mother from a telephone booth. Her talk enlightens the mother and makes her realise about her life and mistakes. Screenplay by Éva Héder.
on the short novel of Christie Craig: The call that came at midnight.
First, thanks to the excellent actresses, Anna Kereki, and Bea Melkvi, and our perfect actor, Kornél
Simon. Special thanks to our youngest actress, Bernadett Virág Buzogány, and her mother, Brigitta Dr. Nagy.
Thanks to the director, Tibor
Ungvár, to the production manager, Lilla Timári, thanks to the production assistants, Orsolya Cseh, and Kornélia Takács, thanks to the DOP, István Mezei,
and Csaba Polgár Szent-Ivány, thanks to the sound engineer, Géza Tóth, and his team, Peter Koncz, and Dóra Zocskár, to the conductor gaffer, Márk
Mátraházi, and our best boy's, Jano Monlar, and David Zsoldos, to the werk photographer, Zsolt Kubala, thanks to the script supervisors, Bianka Szelestey, Annamária Füredi,
thanks to stunt driver, Nikolett Szántó, and her coordinator, Tamás Vajland, to the drone operator, Bálint Merán, thanks to makeup girl, Bernadett Ditrói.
Thanks to the director of the Budapest Film Academy, Jenő Hódi.