Hungarian Animation: Vuk
Here's a little clip from one of the greatest Hungarian animated films, Vuk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ragcwjivFk
If you've made it through the first few lessons here, you may be surprised and pleased to see how much you recognize, even if not everything is clear. There is a transcription here (the clip I've linked begins with the words Nem vagy fáradt?) :
If you're learning, though, you might like to see how much you can figure out before peeking! There are other clips from Vuk available on YouTube and from time to time the whole film surfaces for a while before it is deleted. The dialog and the voices are great, and I think you'll find a lot of the sentences very memorable. There is also an English-dubbed version out there, but in my opinion it loses a lot of charm.
The movie is rather freely adapted from the short novel Vuk by Fekete István; you can find the whole text of the book if you search for it. It's a good read at the intermediate level. You'll learn lots of vocabulary about nature, the woods, animals, and so on. I think it's somewhat comparable to "Watership Down" in tone and difficulty.
Fekete Istvan is a good name for Hungarian language students to remember. He wrote dozens of great, enormously popular, intermediate-level stories for children (and adults), many about animals ... his books are in the same vein as, say, Charlotte's Web.
I've got Kele, Csi, Hu, Lutra and Ballago Ido on my bookshelf, from my parents.
Aww, Vuk. I watched the movie before I started learning, and I chose the Hungarian version because of two reasons: I wanted to simply listen to the language, and I preferred that version of the story to the softened English one. But the English subtitles were so all over the place that it made watching annoying. I will certainly get back to the movie soon and try to figure out the dialogs, half of which were lost in the translation, myself. Thanks for the script and the tip about the book! :)