Dir. Istvan Szabo (1979). Arguably the best film directed by the most popular of post 60s Hungarian filmmakers, Confidence is a taut tale of situational freedom in which the exigencies of wartime compel two strangers are compelled to act as man and wife, with not unsurprising results.
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