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Srdjan 'Zika' Todorovic,
This is a hilarious satirical comedy about life behind the camera. More often than not, a greater drama precedes a film or TV drama we see on the screen. Filmmakers, those hopeless enthusiasts who ignore the reality of life, risk their very existence in their desire to create a great work of art. This story can be told in many different languages and in many different countries, even in many different time periods. The road to the red carpet is not all roses, it is filled with compromise, struggle, even a pact with the devil, if necessary. It is safe to say that 'Flock' is based on a true story about a similar project, somewhere going on this very moment and it will go on as long as there are artists and governments in this world.
Since for decades, in almost all domestic films, we are watching all the same actors, sometimes I wonder to what extent goes their objective quality and how much is it clouded by our habit and emotional attachment to the faces we grew up with. Anyway, something like this should be far below their level. Nikola, Zoran, Vesna, Natasa, why the hell?! I understand political satire and it's completely in place, but why did it have to be this vulgarly obvious?! Production is not included in the rating, because this is Serbia, but ridiculous budgets are not excuse for totally uninspired scenario. Except few decent jokes and performances of leading actors, there's nothing worthy in this movie. I don't even know why did I watch it through at all.
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