Mallheat - dance film (2002)
In this film, five people go about their everyday existence in a single space. They are independent from each other, but they cannot be separated. Their place in the mall is their point of constraint. Their pathways cross, but these chance meetings are of little consequence. Desire, aggression and other base motivations bring them together. Yet this apparent unity is doomed, and they are ultimately repelled. There is no way out.

The choreography in this film is inspired by hip-hop and Hungarian folk dance. The first is a young urban style of dance; the second has been handed down by tradition for centuries. Diametrically opposed, these two styles are formed and de-formed by the personality and abilities of the dancers.

Directors: Ildikó Mándy and Gábor Dusa
Choreographer:Ildikó Mándy
Book: Ildikó Mándy and Gábor Dusa
Camera: László Árva, Gábor Dusa, Gábor Molnár
Music: DJ Titusz and the Carbonfools                         
Editor: Gábor Dusa
Lights: Heves László
Camera tchnics: Csaba  Tóth                        
Costume design: Szilvia Pálffy                                           
Production manager: Ildikó Mándy
Producer: Gábor Dusa                                     
Performers: Ildikó Bodor, Kitti Pozsár, Csaba Balogh, Zoltán Dékány, Zoltán  Kis
Produced by: Ildikó Mándy and Gábor Dusa
33’ 54”; colored
Festivals, awards: 34th Hungarian Filn Review, 1st Independent Dance Film Show-case of Budapest,
Egri Táncfilm Fesztivál 2004, Vidance- International Video Dance Festival, Tel Aviv

Supported by: National Cultural Fund, Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Cultural Comittee of Budapest, MOM Mall - UCI Palace MOM Park, ARTUS Studio - BM Duna Art Ensemble, Péter Papik