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The film that first brought universal acclaim to Europe's most daring filmmaker, Bla Tarr. His films are notable for long takes and atmospheric cinematography, and DAMNATION seethes with the director's existential melancholy and apocalyptic view of the world. Karrer, a hapless human wreck, is in love with a married cabaret singer in a Hungarian mining town. He longs for a better life with the singer, who wants to escape to work the nightclubs of the big cities. In a plot designed to give him more time with her, Karrer involves the singer's husband in a smuggling scheme, but his plans go awry.