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Moma is a hobo and suffers from depression. Ema is a hobo and had been treated for alcoholism. Moma lives in the abandoned factory premises. Ema lives in the shaft. Moma liked Ema at first sight. Ema liked Moma at second sight.
The only reason I did not give this film 1 out of 10 instead 2 out of 10 is because I liked the naked body of the actress swimming in the lake. Otherwise I would of given it 1 out of 10 without hesitation!
What is this? Former Yugoslavia had decent cinematography before the horrible war happened in it. Now, it is so rare to see a decent film coming from Serbia or Montenegro. Bosnia and Croatia are doing a little bit better, but it seems that film making is not going to prosper in this region.
What a shame! Spare yourself from watching this film. There is really nothing in it.
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