The Hungarian cult-classic, Aranyélet (Golden Life) has secured 68th place on IMDB's TOP 250 TV shows list.
Hungarian audiences praise the television show for its quickly-evolving, cleverly-thought-out narrative full of twists and turns, crisply-written dialogues and beautifully shot scenes.
Zooming in on the everyday life of an affluent, maffia-affiliated family, Aranyélet provides an acute depiction of intergenerational conflicts, offering a rare glimpse into the morally-corrupt, rotten practices culminating behind the immaculately white, beautifully-kempt walls of a luxury villa.
It’s no wonder Aranyélet enjoys the same popularity as The Simpsons, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Blackadder. The show breaks away from the traditions of post-Soviet television making, addressing a progressive, open-minded audience with a taste for high quality entertainment.
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