I just returned home from cinema and I can surely say one thing about this film: It's interesting in a specific way.
The plot is quite simple. Group of people of different characters are in a hotel deep in the forests on a meeting leaded by Dr. Reinis -the blind philosopher- to search for the sense of life. Their meeting is interrupted by hunt of zombie-huntsmen (in Czech: "Zombivci" - zombie-myslivci ^_^), who are hunting weaker individuals.
Characters I liked the most were Jan Dolanský's character and Kamil Svejda's character. They were very funny and acted brilliant. Dobes and Kopøiva made up some very original ideas- using a camera to "rewind" the plot or series-like credits in the beginning of the film. Some of the gags (e.g. the one with the eye)were hilarious, but on the other hand, there were some boring moments...
So, the final judgement is: quite good but not so funny as "I Was A Teenage Intellectual"
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