3 different stories of men connected by their failure becoming alcoholics. Will they get the help to overcome alcohol or replace it with something else? This common issue in post-communist countries is presented by great acting talent.
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I don't know where to begin on why I didn't like it. Characters are boring, the plot is stupid. It feels like it was written in 10 minutes on a toilet by a child. I never thought I would wanna leave the cinema before the movie ended but I just couldn't bear watching and listening. Luckily I forgot most of it with time. No even your worst enemy deserves to see it.
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