Forest – I See You Everywhere

Rengeteg – Mindenhol látlak

Greek Premiere

Seven hypnotic and erratic fugue-like miniatures. Seemingly harmless at the beginning, they become increasingly intense until they culminate in a psychological kaleidoscope. Grandfather is silent – is he still alive? A man talks to a wardrobe – why? Absent people creep ghost-like into the lives and conversations of couples and families. They are the lost, the repressed and the missing. Young men shock their mothers – one with love, the other with contempt (as well as a sober presentation of the theory that God is a kind of Gandalf). Finally, there is a charlatan who drives naïve sick people to their deaths. It is hard to say who is the victim here and who is to blame. If people are spheres, can they ever meet?

Screening Schedule

No scheduled screenings.

Available at the Agora Market.

Direction: Bence Fliegauf
Script: Bence Fliegauf
Cinematography: Mátyás Gyuricza, Ákos Nyoszoli
Editing: Terence Gábor Gelencsér, Wanda Kiss, Dávid Kovács
Sound: Tamás Beke
Music: Péter Fancsikai, Tamás Beke, Bence Fliegauf
Actors: Eliza Sodró, Terence Gábor Gelencsér, Felícián Keresztes, Eszter Balla, János Fliegauf, Péter Fancsikai, Mihály Víg, Ági Gubik, Natasa Kovalik
Production: Fraktál Film, M&M Film
Producers: Monika Mécs, Ernő Mesterházy, Bence Fliegauf
Co-producers: Ági Pataki, Gábor Kovács
Production Design: Bence Fliegauf
Make Up: Orsolya Petrilla, Dorka Mező, Rita Horváth, Viktória Kovács, Natasa Kovalik, Orsolya Dunai
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Production Country: Hungary
Production Year: 2020
Duration: 114'
Contact: Films Boutique

Bence Fliegauf

Bence Fliegauf, father of three, is a writer, director, production designer, and sound designer who lives between Budapest and Berlin. Born in 1974, he made his debut feature film Forest in 2003. The film was selected for the Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Wolfgang Staudte Prize. His second feature The Dealer (2004) was also selected for Berlin and won the Berliner Zietung Audience Award. His third film The Milky Way (2007) won the Golden Leopard, the top prize at the Locarno International Film Festival. He made his first English language film Womb in 2010 with Matt Smith and Eva Green. His fifth film Just the Wind (2012) played in competition at Berlin and won the Grand Jury prize, the Amnesty International Film Prix, and the Peace Film Award. His most recent feature Lily Lane (2016) also premiered in Berlin and has won many prizes around the world.


2000 Talking Heads (short)
2001 Hypnos (short)
2001 Is There Life Before Death (doc)
2003 Forest
2007 Milky Way
2012 Just The Wind
2016 Lily Lane
2020 Forest – I See You Everywhere