#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Ernõ Blaskovich lost everything after the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. Kincsem, a magnificent horse gives a purpose of his meaningless, self-destructing life. He gets a chance to gain everything back: revenge, love and fame.
Plot: The new owner of a brilliant race horse finds love while carrying out his revenge on the man who murdered his father.
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The sound is terrible
The sound sound engineer is the worst all the time. The volume is loud and quiet in a sec. (In the Hungarian version.) The lighting technician is also bad but the original story is great.
First loss of unbeaten legend
Most expensive hungarian movie of all time aspired to be a historic drama, but makers saved money on wrong point – this movie desperately need a history adviser.
When I see cheap chinese $2 pocketwatch from alibaba in first scene I lost confidence, which was later confirmed by leather clothes and stupid looking sunglasses. Also scenes from stables and racing shows zero knowledge of moviemakers – racehorses are always free in box stables, not tied in stands as in this movie, Kincsem could not start from starting gates because that was invented after her era and in Europe was introduced after WWII, good 60 years after this story… Zero historic knowledge of moviemakers representing a chauvinistic scene, where the viewer throws the hungarian flag to the jockey. In era of 1870s he throw the flag from 1956… Kincsem not ran against too many horses as movie shows, he usually ran against one or two rivals. He never ran so many Derbys as the movie shows, he ran only one, Austrian Derby. In scene of selling a bill of exchange to Blaskovich was said that Kincsem won a million crowns. True fact is she won about 200 thousands during career, in time of the scene it may be about two thirds of that sum. And finally, Blaskovich can’t get a medal after win as in the scene where hungarian nobleman not bow his head in front of the Austrian Emperor but take a medal by hand and put it to the pocket… Unreal scene because medals are never used in horseracing and also Austrian Emperor never giving prizes in Baden Baden, Germany but moviemakers mismatching facts to shows their chauvinism.
Makers of Kincsem take a two real names, Kincsem and Blaskovich, and stuck them with a stupid slimy story that’s disgraceful to the real characters of Blaskovich and the family of von Oettingen, who in fact had nothing to do with Kincsem. Real Blaskovich not auctioned Kincsem, not get her as a gift, he bred her in his own stud in Tapioszentmarton. He not lived with her, he not trained her. Kincsem was trained by english professional trainer Robert Hesp in his training stable in Göd, about 45 miles from Blaskovich castle in Tapioszentmarton. Blaskovich was respected person in a racehorse owners society. He had friendly relationship with other owners and many of them traveled with him and Kincsem around the Europe and won a big gambles.
Kincsem never will be a timeless movie like Phar Lap or Seabiscuit, which are the real stories presented in a believable way. Kincsem is not a historic movie, is not a sporting movie, real genre is fantasy. With consideration of average acting performance it’s a movie that will be forgotten in few years.
Original Language hu
Runtime 2 hr 1 min (121 min)
Genre Adventure, Drama, History
Director Gábor Herendi
Writer Bálint Hegedûs, Gábor Herendi
Actors Ervin Nagy, Andrea Petrik, Tibor Gáspár
Awards 2 wins & 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix D-Cinema 48kHz 5.1
Aspect Ratio 2.39:1
Camera Arri Alexa
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Negative Format ARRIRAW, Apple ProRes 4444 (2K), Redcode RAW
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Printed Film Format N/A