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The 1960s was the time of Beatles and Rolling Stones, the time of sexual revolution. These events have their echo in Bulgarian English-learning school. The school order provokes a protest of the students due to the narrow-minded teachers.
Margarita leaves the famous reporter Marco Matanich, joining her brother and his friends from different Balkan countries, windsurfing on an island. But the wind stops and a beach war-game begins. To prove his skills to Margarita, Marco shoots them in reportage. Quoted by leading media it fires a Balkan conflict, the friends start building national borders between their tents, while Margarita disappears in the open sea. Written by
Selected in the A category competition of Cairo International Film festival, "Forecast" participated in its Festival of Festivals section, because it already premiered at the Mannheim-Heidelberg Film Festival competition. See more »
To call Forecast mediocre film will be a prize. It is helpless. So are the actors on screen no matter of the Balkanic Macedonian salad they mix in languages where F--- is among the most preferable of all verbs to hear. The director is lost in her lack of ideas unable to reach the movie construction and out of this pitiful efforts has appeared a shabby straw hut with some pieces of rugs waving in the windless beach. As it is the kindergarten game with a lot of pretensions for deep thoughts and anti globalists imitations among a group of rather stupid boys pretending to be playing the game of the mighty powers. Without inspiration all the declarations will remain plain slogans with quite transparent meaning. The main actress is a quite woman but she was given absolutely no chance to show what she is capable of by the helpless director. I would suggest neglect it.
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