Well-made, but not terribly original. It's one of those character dramas where seemingly unrelated people cross each other's paths in a limited time span. The cinematography is above average and there are some interesting narrative strands, but the runtime is a little limiting and safe for a select few moments, the film has trouble setting itself apart from its peers.
One night in Budapest. People are living their lives, facing everyday drama. Parents are struggling to raise their kids, women feel forced they live a life they didn't ask for, while others are demonstrating for a better nation. All these lives will pass each other by, shortly connecting, only to drift off again to other destinations.
The warm and colorful cinematography is a plus, some slightly fantastical moments (like the ending) bring much-needed variation into the otherwise relatively mundane drama. The way the different stories connect isn't too special and with quite a few characters on display, a somewhat longer runtime would've been justified. It was better than I expected though.