In a desolate and colorless landscape stands a dilapidated bathhouse run by a puffed-up blind man, his long-suffering wife, and their son Anton, who does all the work. He's lonely and ... See full summary »
It is the word "horde" that had meant, for many countries and nations, bloody raids and being under humilating contribution for centuries - a strange and scary world with its own rules and ... See full summary »
A retarded 55 year old man loses his mother, his only support and care. A Gypsy girl with questionable past joins him on his desperate cross border journey during which they develop a friendship and "come of age" - each their very own way.
Seeing the film and more importantly the background scenes, one can understand how high could be the desire of eastern countries to develop. It is our duty to assist them and provide an alternative to mafia. It is urgent and difficult as a bit late.
This said I presume the author has also paid a debt to Federico Fellini given more or less tributes to Amarcord, Il Bidone and E La Nave Va.
Good movie by the way with some good scenes.
Philippe from France
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