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This article explores borders, border crossings and the geography of separation in two recent Hungarian films. In The Maiden Danced to Death (2011) and The Notebook (2013), two films produced within a few years of one another and just before the recent re-erection of a border between Hungary and its neighbors, escape provides the vehicle for the brothers' separation. Of particular interest is the frequent portrayal of brothers separated during communism, often with one brother staying and onedoi:10.5195/ahea.2020.382 fatcat:jheackjinvcqbdpjecay3stbmu