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Through the socio-political overview of the problematic structure of fan clubs and football supporters in Serbia, this movie focuses on a particular case of an incident involving a French citizen - football fan in Belgrade, which led to 12 young people being convicted to 240 years of prison. One of them is Stefan Velickovic. This is the story about the man who became a part of a huge political scandal, and his right to defend himself. As someone who has not even been at the spot of the incident, he has been pronounced guilty of a crime. What are the interests and intentions for making Stefan a scapegoat?Written by
To put it simply, this is a sub-amateurish and feeble attempt to turn things around and defend a large group of murderers and hooligans responsible for beating a French tourist to death and lay blame on the victim. If this was a drama about the rape, close analogy is would be blaming the victim for being a woman, and showing compassion and understanding to the gang that brutally raped and murdered her. It is the most childish, unsubstantiated conspiracy theory and baselessly insinuation that the trial which convicted murderers was a phony process, mostly based on nothing other than hearsay, and demonstrating such an astounding lack of logic that it would even manage to amaze numerologists or tarot enthusiasts.
The only true introspection that this atrocious depravity of a documentary interwoven with immorality and malice can offer would be asking oneself how low can a human being fall, the director in this case? With such appalling corruption of the soul and vile perversion of a tragic story in order to scoop quick popularity points (and probably sponsorships) from the lowest violent scum that is prepared to have sympathy for murderers, viewers of this are really faced with asking themselves what is the proper description of the director and this act of his against all decency, where the violent murder gets justified for cheap nationalism. Calling this "hypocrisy" would be doing a grand disservice to such term. Perhaps "cowardly mind-boggling humongous hypocrisy" might just start getting slightly closer to it.
It is difficult to come up with synonyms with which one may want to describe the wretched excuse of a human being that is the director of this atrocious, tendentious tripe. Mostly because a lot of those words would probably be cut from IMDb as such they would rarely be heard even in prison. Human-traffickers, sailors and animal molesters would probably blush and feel embarrassed if they overheard the description that this man truly deserves. Or if they saw at least 15 of 41 minutes of this malodorous bucket of swill put together into a barely coherent form, shamelessly with the word "Justice" in the title.
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