Sing: A Q&A With Director Kristof Deak

Sing, also known as Mindenki, depicts a semi-true story around schoolchildren in 1991 Budapest. Zsófi is a transfer student and is invited to join the prized school’s choir. The teacher headlining the group appears to be friendly enough, even giving the children candies at the end of class, but reveals her true colors when she immediately forbids Zsófi from singing in the group, and tells her to pantomime singing alone with everyone. Zsófi’s friend, Liza, begins to figure out something is wrong...

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