The employees of a Croatian marketing agency are forced by their new boss to go on a team building weekend in the forests. Nothing turn out as expected, and the employees find themselves ... See full summary »
Ivan, a 36-year old ex-rock singer and a disillusioned war veteran who lost both legs in the recent Croatian Homeland War, discovers a dark family secret, which fundamentally changes his life he now wants to end.
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The employees of a Croatian marketing agency are forced by their new boss to go on a team building weekend in the forests. Nothing turn out as expected, and the employees find themselves desperately battling each other as well as an unknown threat to their lives. Written by
What strikes you while watching the movie is apparent lack of morals among characters. The first thought is that it's simply impossible to put together at the same place (outside the prison, that is) so many apparently everyday people but who at the same time take death and killing so lightly. And then after the movie while you're still under the premise that 'it's all exaggerated' you start thinking 'is it really?' Of course it is, but I somehow got the feeling that director just wanted you to ask yourself that question.
On a more technical note - casting is great, probably the best thing about the movie, but there are a couple of really stupid mistakes. Lighting in a few scenes is obviously artificial (where it shouldn't be, of course), and you'd expect people to scream or yell when they get shot unexpectedly.
All in all, very decent movie.
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