Leonid Zorin's Warsaw melody is also called the anthem of love. In our case, the Russian actress Anastasija Kargina learned Hungarian in order to play this role. Young Hungarian actor Máté Pásztor is a worthy partner in voicing the lyrical voices of the great Russian soul. Péter Benkő is a two-time Jászai Mari Award-winning artist. He performed the play countless times on stage with Kati Zsurzs, which was also made into a TV show.
We meet a Polish girl and a Russian boy who fall in love in Moscow in 1946. History intervenes: they cannot marry because of a communist decree. They start a new life, far from each other. A decade later, they are both married. Another ten years pass when they meet and old feelings rekindle. But can their relationship be fulfilled?
Péter Benkő was born in Budapest on June 1, 1947. Two-time Jászai Mari award-winning Hungarian actor, worthy artist, permanent member of the Turay Ida Theater. He is the son of actor Gyula Benkő. He completed his college studies at the Theater and Film Academy between 1965-1969 in the class of Miklós Szinetár. Meanwhile, he got his first major film role; He played László Babocsai in the TV movie The Testament of Koppányi Aga. Between 1969 and 1973, he was an actor at the József Attila Theater. Between 1971 and 1993, he was a member of the Thália and Arizona Theaters.
Between 1993 and 1998 he was a freelance artist. Between 1999 and 2013, he was a guest artist at the Petőfi Theater in Sopron. Since 2013, he has been a guest artist at the Turay Ida Theater. He gave many memorable performances, mainly in costume, historical films, such as A black town, Egri stars and Strange marriage.