White God

Mundruczo Kornel

Hungary, 2014


The film follows the mixed-breed dog Hagen, who moves with his 13-year old guardian Lili to the home of her estranged father. Unwilling to pay a harsh “mongrel” fine, imposed by the Hungarian government, Lili’s father wishes Hagen out of the way. Lili rebels and takes Hagen with her to music class. The music teacher, annoyed by the disruption, orders Lili to move the dog out. Lili does as she is told, but she defiantly leaves, too. When Lili’s father abandons Hagen on the side of the road, Hagen chases their car, but is unable to catch up with them.


Kornél Mundruczó

Kornél Mundruczó (born 3 April 1975) is a Hungarian actor, film director and screenwriter. He has directed 15 short and feature films since 1998. His film Johanna was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival.

His next film White God has been granted financial support by the Hungarian Film Fund. It won the Un Certain Regard Prize at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. On the 30th of March 2016, it was announced that a psychological drama-thriller titled Deeper is set to be directed by Mundruczó from a script by Max Landis, starring Bradley Cooper and produced by Landis and David S. Goyer.


  • 2000 / This I Wish and Nothing More
  • 2002 / Pleasant Days
  • 2005 / Johanna
  • 2008 / Delta
  • 2010 / Tender Son – The Frankenstein Project
  • 2014 / White God


Director: Mundruczo Kornel

Script: Weber Kata, Mundruczo Kornel, Petranyi Viktoria

Music: Goldschmidt Ascher

Cinematography: Rev Marcell

Color: Color

Duration: 121’

Lili – Psotta Zsofia
Daniel – Zsoter Sandor
Bev – Monori Lili
Old man – Thuroczy Szabolcs
Music teacher – Galffi Laszlo
Butcher – Nagy Ervin
Afghan – Mundruczo Kornel
Peter – Ascher Karoly
Elza – Horvath Lili
Hagen the dog – Bodie and Luke






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