All my tasks have been very hard - Interview with Kamilla Fátyol / 2008

We reached out to a dozen filmmakers who had done something cool in the past year, and we asked them about their successes, failures and movie experiences in 2008, and their desires, obsessions and plans for 2009. Kamilla Fátyol played Zoltán Mucsi's angel in the film Tableau, which was pulled down by most critics, ignored by the audience, but we loved it very much. The young actress is a full-time member of the Maladype Theatre, who recently moved to the Thalia and is working herself to death: she has eight more performances this month alone.

- What was your biggest movie experience last year?

- Kim Ki-duk's "Breath."

- Who would you like to work with if there was a time machine and it doesn't matter where you were born?

- Ingmar Bergman, Fellini, Chaplin, Gábor Bódy, Pál Jávor, Picasso.

- Which movie have you seen most in your life?

- I saw The Maconian Child and Piaf twice from Greeneway, as well as Gábor Bódy's TV play Chalk Circle.

- Who did you fall in love with on screen last year?

- I didn't fall in love with anyone.

- What was the good advice you were supposed to take and you didn't?

- I don't remember that.

- What are you really hooked on lately?

- Lyudmilla Ulickaja's books.

- What do you don't want to hear a word about anymore?

- There's no such thing.

- What does your mom think you should do instead of what you do?

- She's the best mom in the world, she always supports me in everything.

- What do you consider your greatest achievement?

- There's no such thing.

- What's your year about?

- Secret.

- What was the hardest task you successfully solved last year?

- All my tasks have been very hard, and there is work to be done on each of them.

- And what did you fail in?

- I hope there isn't one.

- Which movie are you most curious about right now and why?

- As I work so much, I have little spare time, I would like to watch more movies.

Ferenc Varga,, 2008

Translation by Zsuzsanna Juraszek