"You've got talent. There's a power in you... Don't mislead the youth." Screen Daily has released a festival promo trailer for a Hungarian indie drama titled Erasing Frank, marking the feature directorial debut of Hungarian filmmaker / novelist Gábor Fabricius. This is premiering in the Venice Critics' Week sidebar during the upcoming 2021 Venice Film Festival in the next few weeks, hence the trailer to build some buzz. It's set in 1983, behind the Iron Curtain in Budapest, starring Benjamin Fuchs as Frank – the singer of a punk band, who is taken by the police to a psychiatric hospital to silence him after he speaks out against a totalitarian regime. This also stars Andrea Waskovics, Kincsö Blénesi, István Lénárt, András Pál, Zsolt Zayzon, and Gerlóczy Zsigmond. Another invigorating film about how governments silence those they don't like, even artists, because they say the truth and always talk about what's wrong. Fight on, Frank.