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There is what can one say about this serial try of the Bulgarian cinema. At least here the claim was not so high compared to the other Bulgarian movies. Why is this so?
For the first time the desire the real life to be shown as it is, is successfully achieved. These young boys, or maybe already men, which we could see before in the streets of our capital, make a movie about Bulgarian man and the bachelors in specific. You understood when one has to stop being a bachelor - when he is the last one single on the meeting.
So, it is honor to them shooting a movie about Bulgarian men telling their own life and their destiny. When they showed and documentary cadres from the wedding of the protagonist and from the birth of the child of another participant of the group, I was pretty delighted. Until I talk to one of them I will not be sure that these cadres are original but I feel they are.
Especially with this budged seen through, this movie manage to show what can be done with a very little. Yes there were some flaws but this is not the important.
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