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Spoor the Hungarian film Body and Soul, by director Ildikó Enyedi, won the Berlinale Golden Bear yesterday, in a disputed Spoor jury decision, which did not convince the majority of the press accredited at the festival. This is the second time that Hungary has won the top prize at the German festival, since in 1975 it won Adoption, from another director, Márta Mészáros. Due to its history and geopolitical situation, the Berlinale has always given Eastern European cinema a preponderant place, but this time the jury chaired by the Dutch director Paul Verhoeven seems to have exaggerated the note and missed the unbeatable opportunity to celebrate the works by two great filmmakers, the Finn Aki Kaurismäki and the Korean Hong Sang-soo, who had to settle for consolation prizes.

When In Body and Soul was screened in the first days of the festival there were not too many reproaches to the film, but neither great praise nor enthusiasm. The consensus of the specialized critics – from the trade papers of the show like Variety to the signatures of the big newspapers, passing through the blogs – agreed in pointing out that it was facing a sober, muffled melodrama, the difficult love story between a man an older woman, with slight motor dysfunction, and a young woman, with serious sociability problems. The fact that they both work in a slaughterhouse gives the film a strange, if not eccentric, atmosphere that the director Enyedi takes advantage of for an excessively formalistic staging, even though she defined her own film yesterday as “as simple as a glass of water”.