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TILT is a love story set against the backdrop of the changing political and social environment in Europe in the late 1980s and early '90s. Can this love survive the challenges of emigration, a violent homeland and immoral social atmosphere thanks to a gang of adventurous friends?
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Too bad for the German girl. What are you laughing at? I would've become a "von". Yeah, "von". Her father's name is "von Something". They even got a castle.
And you are a feudal peasant.
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The crew of the Chuchkov brothers is relatively young but this is the last thing you are going to think of while viewing the film Tilt. The entire manner of telling this déjà vu story is not only pretty conventional but too old fashioned. Formally it has to bare the spirit of youth but this is what it lacks most of all. The script is as mediocre as the directors approach. Actually it is not easy to comprehend which of the two is weaker. The story is played on the same annoying tune. Back on the déjà vu the film recalls some of the good examples of cinema in Poland and in Hungary from the beginning of the 80 of the previous century that the director obviously is familiar with but is too far away for their true artistic power. It pretends to be a love affair but nothing of the sort the film is leaving you ice indifferent. Authors call the film a drama but it is simply a kind of a boring sketches particularly those in Germany. In general this film has too many ingredients all wrong and in mistaken dosage. It would be nice and complimentary if the stew had at least some plastic fast food taste but certainly not this dish is definitely turned sour and with rather unpleasant odor.
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