If you are up for watching a Hungarian movie, add Pelican Blue to your list, which premiered on April 4th. It's a rare gem, a blend of documentary and animation, equally entertaining and informative. With the Iron Curtain's fall, after the 40-year communist regime, and the borders opening, our heroes, Ákos, Laci, and Petya, decide to see the world. Fuelled by their chemistry knowledge, they forged train tickets using Pelikan blue carbon paper, a key tool in their operation. This act unlocked the gateway to Europe, not just for them, but for many others who followed their lead.

See it with English subtitles at the Bem Cinema on April 28th! Get tickets here or on the site.