The CEU Film Club organizes an online Q&A related to the film Give Me Shelter on 25 February 2021.
You can read the details about following the discussion here.
Give Me Shelter was part of the Hungarian Competition of the 17th Verzió and won the main prize of the category.
If you missed the film at the Festival, you can now watch it in the frame of Re:Verzió.
Give Me Shelter
(Mihály Schwechtje, Hungary, 2020)
Social worker Renáta Toszecky manages a women’s shelter in Hungary, operated by Hungarian Baptist Aid. The clients in the shelter are victims of human trafficking who were once forced into prostitution. Social workers at the shelter are trying to help redirect these women's lives and enable them to start anew with their children. The film follows Renáta as she carries out her everyday tasks supporting three battered women, and gives us a glimpse into the challenges of social work.