This wasn't exactly a movie the way one would normally think of it. There is no dialogue for one and the alleged plot would ony possibly be deduced if you watched this movie, admitedly a brief 75 minutes, abuot 75 times.
Still, I'd recommend it to anyone and everyone. Basically, there are two things that make is enjoyable. first the setting, a ultra quaint rural hungarian village complete with a goat herder on a bike, nice farm animals, people doing rural things and just rural ruralness in general, often with a comical touch (note the pig at about 15 seconds in to the trailer). This would be fine on it's own, but woven in to this are the directors clever use the unexpected such as hi tech camera tricks seemingly at odds with the style of the movie and random occurences that make this quite different from a national geographic adventure to say the least.
It's essentially a lesson on how you can make pleasing but more or less dull images interesting using creativity. "Hukkle" is the hungarian word for hiccup, which a old man does throughout the movie as a unifiy ing element