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This film is supposed to be a comedy/parody placed in the post-communist Hungary, soon after the fall of communism, when people desperately wanted to get rich easily and quickly. The easiest way to accomplish this mission is to lamb down the German tourists who visit Balaton, the Hungarian "sea" - thinks Feri, the movie's central character played very well by Gábor Reviczky.
The problem is not with the actors. The cast is exceptionally good and all the actors perform very well, they really do their best. The problem is with the script and directing. I wonder how Péter Tímár could write and direct such a bad movie. What kept him motivated to finish this project? Maybe I just can't buy his humor. Even worse, it made me suffer.
Sorry guys, but I just can't score this film higher that 1. :(
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