Perhaps I've expected too much but at the end I was pretty disappointed. The first third of the movie was so awkward that I was thinking I'd rather leave the cinema. It seems to me that Alice Nellis was trying too hard to make things (mostly interpersonal and "woman-soul-stuff") look realistic and the result is a sequence of heavy-caliber cliché (starting with Julie expressing her inner anxiety by walking through her new flat at 4 AM, sitting on the floor looking like a very serious psychiatry patient, etc. etc.). I guess Alice Nellis wanted to express somehow several experiences from her life and so she put them into the movie and made up a character for them. But on the other hand - to be honest, from the second third of the movie there are many particular scenes that are very nice, some of them even breath-taking (mostly those where an important part is played by music). All in all, 'Tajnosti' cannot reach the qualities of 'Výlet' nor 'Ene bene'... no way!
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