|Directed by||Ildikó Enyedi|
|Written by||Ildikó Enyedi|
|Starring|| Gary Kemp |
|Music by||Gregorio Paniagua|
Magic Hunter (Hungarian : Bűvös vadász, German : Freischütz) is a 1994 Hungarian-Swiss-French fantasy film written and directed by Ildikó Enyedi and loosely inspired to the opera Der Freischütz.
The film was entered into the main competition at the 51st edition of the Venice Film Festival.
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Film critic Stephen Holden described it as "an unwieldy stylistic hybrid of narrative film making and arty montage" and as "klutzy and vague in its symbolic connections".Deseret News' critic Jeff Vice noted that "Enyedi has an interesting visual style, but she's too busy to concentrate on the storyline". According to Barbara Shulgasser, "Enyedi's visuals, shot by Tibor Mathe, are often beautiful enough to distract you from narrative failings".
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