When I first watched the 30 minute Hungarian short, Now You See Me, Now You Don’t directed by Attila Szász, I had a satisfying feeling that comes from watching a story where all the elements; direction, acting, cinematography, editing and score come together to do what they should, pull you into an entertaining story.

Now You See Me, Now You Don’t (2005)

It seemed like an ordinary day. Dad is experimenting in the lab. Mom is at home boiling water, while their six-year-old son, Alex, is playing around her. But this day is different. This day Dad brings something home from the lab. And the next morning…Alex becomes invisible. Is it possible that a father makes his own son disappear? Or is there any other explanation? An unthinkable one… An unbearable one…

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