Olja is a high school history teacher, married to a painter whose latest exhibition provoked violent reactions from Serbian nationalists. One night, a group of masked hooligans attacks her....
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Olja is a high school history teacher, married to a painter whose latest exhibition provoked violent reactions from Serbian nationalists. One night, a group of masked hooligans attacks her. They film the attack and upload the clip to YouTube. The next day Olja discovers that some of her students were responsible. She takes away their mobile phones, and in the heat of the moment decides to lock them in the school building, also disconnecting the school phones and the internet. In order to solve the problem together, and with inability to leave the school, students begin to communicate. During that night, a generation that was written off before they were ever given a chance will learn more than they ever expected about themselves and their classmates.
I cannot believe why this movie has 7.1/10 at the point I'm rating it. It's entirely a political movie that bends logic just to have a point. And I don't mind a movie having a political message if it's well tucked into the movie's plot, but this movie is made entirely to have a cheap plot point - my ideology good and sane yours is bad. Nothing in the movie makes sense, eg. teacher taking their phones away and locking them in a school. What? The dialogues are some of the most unnatural I've ever seen, it's not even cheesy, it's just poor.
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