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For reasons only known to them, Serbians again strike the world of cinematography with another cheap-shot. This time, even lower budget and even bigger crap. Storyline was cliché even in the early '70s, not to mention now. Insisting on native actors who barely speak English ensured, once again, complete train wrack of a film with many unfortunate victims (by victims, i mean viewers). The feeling of disgust is only further enhanced by god-awful soundtrack composed by Nikola "Blood Mage" Jeremic, self proclaimed and self taught (?!) movie composer,failed heavy-metal guitarist (who couldn't play a proper solo even if his life was depending on it). Now he reinvents himself as a movie composer and ,boy, does he sucks at it. Coming from a Serbian, don't watch our movies dating from 2000. till now. You'll live longer.
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