Hungary

Joy Division (2006)
Teenage orphan fights against the Red Army at the end of WWII and is later 'adopted' by a Commissar; still later he is sent to London during the Cold war to work for the KGB, where he questions his life (in English)
Tüzoltó utca 25 (1973)
Hungary and trouble with Nazis and the Communists
Silence and Cry (1968)
The rightist police in Hungary track down and kill former Hungarian Red Army soldiers
Diary for My Children (1984)
1943 to 1956 Marta Mesazaros experienced WWII in Hungary and then Communist tyranny (her father was a Communist artist who died under mysterious circumstances during a Stalinist purge)
May Day Mayhem! (2001)
Hungary in time of the communist regime; everyone knows how to act robotically, but one fearless man just won't
Szökés (1997)
Political Hungarians of the wrong persuasion secretly arrested and sent to labor camp at Recsk
The Witness (1969)
Satire of Stalinist government in Hungary
The Confrontation (1969)
Story of rebellion in Hungary 1947 after the Communist Party had just taken power
Guilty of Treason (1950)
Cardinal Josef Mindszenty protests against Soviet occupation of Hungary and is persecuted for it
Sunshine (1999)
Three generations of Hungarian Jews from c. 1900 to the 1956 Hungarian Revolution
Children of Glory (2006)
A growing number of Hungarians are demanding independence and are willing to fight for it
Édes Emma, drága Böbe – vázlatok, aktok (1992)
Realities of in post-Communist Hungary are brought to life in this compassionate story of two young women, Emma and Bobe, who move from the countryside to Budapest where life is supposedly richer
A temetetlen halott (2004)
Imre Nagy (1896–1958) was PM of Hungary; his second term was ended by the Soviet invasion during Hungarian Revolution of 1956
Eldorádó (1988)
Life in Hungary after the WW2 until the revolt against Russians in 1956
Liberté ’56 (2007)
Hungarian Revolution
Csendkút (2007)
Hungarian Revolution
The Sun Street Boys (2007)
Hungarian Revolution
Napló apámnak, anyámnak (1990)
A young female student grows to adulthood in the shadow of the Hungarian Revolution
Time Stands Still (1982)
Two brothers during the uprisings of the 1960's in Budapest
No Greater Love (2005)
A 16 minute short film about the Hungarian refugees following the Hungarian Revolution
Szabadság tér ’56 (1997)
Hungarian Revolution
Budakeszi srácok (2006)
Hungarian Revolution
Az asszony (1996)
Hungarian Revolution
The Company (2007)
Traces CIA activities over a 40-year period, from the beginning of the Cold War through the demise of the Soviet Union; has a section on the Hungarian Revolution
The Journey (1959)
Lady Ashmore is caught in Hungary during the Hungarian Revolution and wants to get out of Hungary accompanied by a Hungarian dissenter wanted by the police
Egy hét Pesten és Budán (2003)
A retiree forced to leave Hungary during the ‘56 revolution returns to his homeland