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A story of the vicious revenge of a woman whose mind and body are brutalized. However, the story is less emphasized compared to the formal expression of psychological conflicts and changes. The filmmaker admits to the profound inspiration she received from the Hungarian artist and animator György Kovasznai. Let your eyes and ears follow the splendid feast of colors, images, and sounds in this winner of the best short film award at Venice Film Festival in 2002. (Jenna Ku)
Zsófia PéterffyZsófia Péterffy
Zsófia Péterffy graduated from the Hungarian Academy of Applied Arts majoring in Animation in 1997. Her works include Clan of Demons (1997) and Tearing You Up As the Storm (1999). Lover of Pirates was selected at the 59th Venice Film Festival.