Aleksander Morfov is a great theatre director and probably that's the reason why the film somehow doesn't fit on the big screen. It is indeed very theatrical, the scenes, the dialogues, the characters almost everything.
And the whole story quite frankly lacks any depth. It's actually more like a dirty joke filled with black humour and curses which in the end needs explanation because you have missed the point somewhere along the line. And yes, life in Bulgaria can be very surreal at times but isn't that modern life everywhere around the world? It's not some kind of Balkan trademark!
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