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This film isn't perfect... This film isn't really really really perfect, but it is first movie I'm Czech republic, which is different... I mean, Czech movies are generally conservative, and for me little boring... But hen "Snowboardaci" came, and change everything...
When I compare "Snowboardaci" and teen movies from other countries, I must say that movies from other countries are better (not always)... But what is new is good, and style of "snowboarders" is for us new, and that is good for viewers, and for Czech cinematography...
And actors are good, duo Kotek/Mádl is perfect... (and I don't like Kotek, but he is really good at snowboarders)...
That's all, and I'm sorry for the mistakes...
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