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Scarface meets Pulp Fiction- a story of upcoming generations
This is the best gangster movie I saw since Scarface. It tells the story of two teenagers growing up in the anarchy of the post Berlin wall Eastern Europe. The movie's narration is so slick that it only proves that Dragojevic(Preety Villages, Preety Flames) is one of the best European directors.
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