Te (1963) AKA You


Fifth short film directed by István Szabó. It was presented at the Cannes Film Festival, where it won a Special Award. There is practically no argument, because it is nothing more than an act of love for Cecília Esztergályos, who at that time was Szabó’s girlfriend.

Director: István Szabó.
Writer: István Szabó.
Stars: Cecília Esztergályos.
Cinematographer: Thomas Vámos (as Vámos Tamás).


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  1. Gerald L. Austin
    May 22, 2023

    Although this film didn’t have the nudity that I look for, it was very good. The young woman who was the main subject was absolutely cute!! And what really caught my eye and total approval was the fact that I didn’t see any females that weren’t wearing a dress or skirt, that was wonderful.

    • mr bird
      June 1, 2023

      king shit gerald

  2. Harold Acton
    May 23, 2023

    People make a lot of films. Some get to a big audience. They have a lot of money spent on making them a product that makes money. Most do, But not always. I watched ten minutes of this total rubbish and called it a day. Total bollocks.

  3. Torin Doyle
    May 24, 2023


  4. Leo Favio
    May 26, 2023

    Rubbish? Pointless? Have you fools never been in love with a beautiful woman?

    • Jon W.
      May 26, 2023

      My thoughts exactly, Leo!

    • Torin Doyle
      May 27, 2023

      Joe, I watched the film and didn’t think much of it. To answer your question – Yes. Also, it’s a bit condescending to call people “fools” just because they dislike a film that you liked.

    • Torin Doyle
      May 27, 2023

      I refereed to you in my last comment as ‘Joe’. I meant to say ‘Leo’.

      • James M
        May 31, 2023

        You know what’s worse than condescension? Dismissiveness, ungratefulness, and tool-ishness. Jon spends countless hours finding and posting these films. Shitting on a 10-minute film deserves some opprobrium.

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