25 September 2006 | annaz-1
A vivid story of a foreigner without the roots. It is a must for those who moved with their families abroad and spent their childhood without knowing if you ever return back! This movie reflects a range of emotions one faces being a cosmopolitan, or rather untied to any country. It seems to be chaotic and exaggerated in the beginning, however very human and very true. Be it a Serbian in Sweden or Russian in Baltic's - it feels the same. And it is not about politics, it's about everyday life, money & love matters, relationship within the family, unfulfilled expectations. It's also about Slavic nations being similarly chaotic and noisy, but truly warm-hearted.