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An aging gambler and womanizer Pop returns home after 20 years, haunted by the suicide of his friend Zoran Radosavljevic. A series of events make him question whether his suicide was actually murder. Trying to find the answer gets him lost in an Arian labyrinth, where he tries to atone for his sins and save his life.Written by
This movie is made with (for Serbian relations) big budget. Idea is pretty good, but realization is sadly not so good. There is problem with script, dialogs, with directing and especially with editing. First hour was very hard to watch, too much badly composed flashback was really annoying. Second half was much better. Acting was mostly OK, I had problem only with Maja Sabljic, who played it overstyled. Labyrinth was made very good, but whole idea of cleaning soul is too deep, and deserved much better character development. Mother-daughter relationship between Suzana & Tamara was pretty unreal for example, they should give more place for Tomas. Main character, Petar is a bit clicheised, as his brother too. And they should find some more mimic young actors for mladi Pop (young Pop) and Suzana. Probably best quality (technical) Serbian DVD until now.
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