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On July 4th, 2016 hackers raided government networks and stumbled across a litany of unsolved cases the county refuses to recognize. The hacked footage shows Thomas and Alex as they attempt to help a young boy struggling to fit in.
The fact that this film is based on a true story [in fact based on a documentary shot by the same director], gives a unique rafinement to this feature destinguishing it from the use-and-waste 'true' stories seen everyday in mass production of the rich overseas productions. Wonderful camera work, reinforced with the magic pan-pipes of Zamfir [really feeling the Balkan mentality and irregular rythms, indeed!]are recommendation for itself. However, the dialog is not the strongest part of the movie [as in the most Macedonian features], but one can still enjoy the personal human drama, knowing that at the end, at least one little thing was restored - the freedom.
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