Kenedi is in a huge debt after building a house for his family. He finds himself searching for any kind of work to support himself, for as little as 10 EUR per day, a scarce amount to help ...
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Kenedi is in a huge debt after building a house for his family. He finds himself searching for any kind of work to support himself, for as little as 10 EUR per day, a scarce amount to help him relief his debt. Ultimately, Kenedi decides to look for money in sex business. Initially offering his services to older ladies and widows, he expands his 'business' to offer sex to wealthy men. When he finds out about new liberal European laws on gay marriages, Kenedi sees prospects in looking for a "marriage material", to renew his search for a legal status in EU. The opportunity arises during EXIT Music Festival, when he meets Max, a guy from Munich. But will their promising relationship bring the solution to Kenedi's problems?Written by
A great portrayal of masculinity in his home country. If it wasn't for cinema would we ever know anything of these people and their lives.
Zilnik deserves some kind of recognition for his cinematic protests against the prohibition of free speech and democratic rights in his country. His life has been dedicated to this cause and it should be recognised. This film is remarkable, poignant, touching & thought provoking. Zilnik flinches neither from issues which are currently topical in the west, (gay rights) nor sophisticated techniques of film making. You wouldn't see such a film nominated for an Oscar, but it's a better, greater experience than many which are.
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