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Slastan, a Karadjistan man, is willing to blow himself up aboard a Moscow plane bound for Madrid, but his plan is complicated when, due to a snowstorm, the flight is delayed. Staying in a hotel, the terrorist will have to live with the 332 people who he will kill until the storm ceases, which prevents him from continuing his mission. Slastan knows, speaks and relates to his future victims and begins to wonder if suicide and ending the lives of all these innocent people is really right. Written by
It has been a while since I watch a movie like this... simply awesome!
It is hard to put your finger on the genre, which I think is one of its best features. It gives you a taste of life with some light humor. Perhaps one of the greatest ideas portrayed by this film is a man being reconciled with humanity, with nature, with himself. There are scenes in the movie that give you an insight into parallel burdens that each character is dealing with, brilliantly shot.
The cast does a great job, the characters well chosen, the story and how it unfolds as well as what you discover behind the characters resonates deeply within our need for love, justice, hope and joy. It is a reminder that which was dead can come alive, it is a reminder that hope can still find us wherever we are.
Carmen Machi and Eduardo Blanco did a great job bringing the characters together. But the best I must say was the main character, Alex Garcia, simply incredible.
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