Lost in dimensions

A film by Róza Radnóti.

Lost in dimensions

Piano Sonata in C-major, K 545
A film by: Róza Radnóti
Musical interpretation: Róza Radnóti (piano)

Directed and managed: Róza Radnóti
In collaboration with: Thomas Ballhausen
Choreography and dance: Rita Góbi
Lighting design: József Pető
Assistant lighting design: Antal Szász
Costume design: Angéla Csúcs
Camera: Lola Bedécs
Assistant camera: Ádám Barta
Sound Engineer: Mihály Kádár
Technical director: Tamás Radnóti
Assistant Technical Directors: András Szepessy, Damos Pintér and Márton Birta
Photography: Ricsi Kassai
Colouring: Mikul Mácsai
Production management: Tünde Vakli
Stage design and costume consultation: Sophie Thammer

Kiscelli Museum (Budapest)


There are several examples when a piece of music is used very well as a soundtrack. However, there are much less examples when a musical piece works as the basis of a film; when the musical content and dramaturgy determines the visual actions.

The film of pianist Róza Radnóti makes an attempt to find visually expressible happenings in the music and aims to bring an intense and complex experience to the audience by finding an abstract, not storytelling visual interpretation to the second movement of the Piano Sonata in C-major (K 545) by Mozart.

The visual choreography might help the audience to ‘see’ the music that makes them dive into their inner universe, their inner dimensions. The whole video can be a diversely understandable metaphor that each individual viewer can interpret according to their own life experience and personality.

Copyright: Ricsi Kassai and Róza Radnóti