"Rozália Szeleczki is a Hungarian director and screenwriter based in Budapest. Her works have a distinct visual style and subtle humor, while are still accessible to a diverse audience.
30-year-old Fáni is trapped in a world of her imagination. Because she pictures the death of each man she finds attractive, she can never fall in love. But everything changes when a talking black cat starts courting her.
Szeleczki says the idea for the film came from seeing her friend’s cat. “This absurd situation, a cat hitting on a person, would be an allegory for life,” she explains. The main character, the cat, had two stunt doubles and the preparation to train the pets required quite a lot of effort.
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