1996, regia di Gábor Koltay
Scheda: Nazione: Ungheria - Produzione: Korona Film, Magyar Televízió - Distribuzione: Mokép - Soggetto: István Nemeskürty - Sceneggiatura: István Nemeskürty - Fotografia: Sándor Csukás, Péter Vékás - Montaggio: Gábor Koltay - Costumi: Fanny Kemenes - Musiche: Gergely Koltay - Consulente storico: Gyula Laszlo - Formato: Color - Durata: 109'.
Cast: Franco Nero, Imre Sinkovits, Zsolt Anger, Sandor Bene, Tibor Bitskey, László Csendes, László Csurka, László Czikély, Iván Dengyel, György Dörner, Viktor Fülöp, Dorka Gryllus, Zsuzsa Holl, László Imre, Géza Kaszás, Gábor Koncz, Zsolt Körtvélyessy, Pál Makrai, László Sinkó, Klára Varga.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - entertainment.msn.com - allmovie.com: «It is perhaps a little-remembered fact that Attilla the Hun devastated not only the steppes of Asia, but extended his conquests well into the center of Europe including France and Italy in the middle of the fifth century. In this story, his ninth-century Magyar descendants led by Prince Arpad (Franco Nero) leave their highland homeland and fight their way westward to what was later to become the mysterious land of Hungary, in a region that had been in the middle of the famous Attilla's domains. Of all the peoples they encounter, the inhabitants of this region are the only ones who openly welcomed the descendants of the great marauder» (Clarke Fountain).
Conosciuto anche con il titolo: The Conquest.