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MOTALKO- The chronicle of a Petrol station| 31mins
Director: Attila KEKESI | Producer: Miklos HAVAS
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Hungary
Subject Tags: belief, duty, europe, freedom, freewill, hungary
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
"Motalko- The Chronicle of a Petrol Station" is a documentary interlaced with special 3D archive photo animation about the story of Tasziló Landthaller, owner of the first Hungarian private petrol station, founded by his father in 1936 in Budatétény, Hungary. The documentary describes the exemplary life and struggle of a man who was able to keep his property in an era when it was almost impossible to own any private property. He fought against the communist regime and the nationalization for more than 40 years, and finally he won the right to keep his petrol station. He is still active and working daily in his own petrol station where and the customers can still buy the Motalko, the E85, just like they could 76 years ago.
MOTALKO- The chronicle of a Petrol station | 31mins

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