Body and Soul, by Hungarian director Ildikò Enyedi, has already won the Golden Bear at the last Berlin Festival. The plot is simple and almost trivial: Mária and Endre work in the same slaughterhouse. She is in charge of quality control, and he is the financial director. They are both lone and slightly sad characters, but at a certain point they discover they have a recurring dream: in their dream they are two deer, a male and a female, that meet in a snowy Northern forest. Mária and Endre have already met in the workplace canteen, and have tried to get to know each other, but only after they share their dream they realize that something important has already happened between them, and that there’s no way back. At this point their relationship with the deer is not so re...