Why do a significant number of higher educated students in Hungary vote for a radical, nationalist party?
This is the guiding question in a documentary film produced and directed by Swaan van Iterson and Folia Magazine editor Luuk Heezen.
The political party at the centre of the documentary – Jobbik – has grown into one of the largest parties of Hungary, attracting many youth.
It has close ties with the (new) Hungarian Guard, which sees as part of its mission the protection of Hungarians against so-called ‚Gypsy-crime‘.
The documentary takes a close look at how university students view Jobbik and its future in Hungary.
2012, copyright by Folia.