Four friends - John, Ben, Tim and Michael - turned first-time robbers, get stranded in Eastern Europe through a series of misadventures and have to find their way back home. To do so, they'll have to overcome hit men, whores, corrupt cops, smugglers and more, all while rediscovering each other as friendsWritten by
Released in January 2014 in Lithuania and earned $1.8 million. It wasn't till November 2014 when it was released in UK. See more »
[Ben and Tim have accidentally got to Staska's place]
Where does it say that my house is a hotel?
Staska, hold on, you don't understand... These poor people are gays from London... Look at them... They came to that gay parade and got lost...
In my house - pederast hotel?
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Kas pasaulyje graziausia
Music and lyrics by Sarunas Maciulis
Performed by Poliarizuoti Stiklai See more »
A very decent comedy from Lithuania
First of all, the movie got me a lot of good laughs, especially in the beginning, where Brits get into all kinds of awkward situations and troubles in an Eastern-Europe country. I absolutely love the stereotypical depiction of locals, however they are too inhospitable and swear way too much -- people in Poland and Baltics usually are a lot more friendlier than the movie wants us to believe.
There are lots of really good jokes about the stereotypical eastern-European "love" of foreigners (means: you will most probably end up robbed, naked and find yourself in the middle of nowhere if you walk too far from city centre and trust locals too much), lots of funny moments flavoured with a good load of nonsense and stupidity.
I say, you should watch it. Well done, Lithuania.
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