Theo is a regular guy, who is about to get married to Elsa, a woman who only cares about how great the wedding should be. She has no idea about the troubles Theo is into. One week before ...
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Theo is a regular guy, who is about to get married to Elsa, a woman who only cares about how great the wedding should be. She has no idea about the troubles Theo is into. One week before the wedding date, he loses his job, gets involved into a car accident and eventually gets injured while playing soccer. Soccer was always his dream and the only thing that takes him away of his everyday trouble. The coach of the amateur league's team delivers the bad news to Theo, that he can no longer be part of the team for the rest of the season. That was a hobby and an extra income for Theo. On top of all that, his ex-girlfriend finds out that he is getting married. She keeps calling him and sends him countless text messages. She is desperate to see him for one last time before he gets married to the other woman. Theo finally agrees to meet her. They arrange the meeting in a small cafe, where the girl starts begging him to come back to her and eventually starts crying. The moment is very ...Written by
The lead actress (Hara Radeva) was 100% natural throughout the movie and went really deep inside the part, very close to method acting. Due to the fact that she wasn't even aware of doing that, she never paid any attention to how she sounds or what people would might think of her. What happened is that her part divided audiences. Many supporters loved her performance, while other (mainly other actors) hated it, probably because she really touched a nerve in a very unnatural way. She isn't performing at all, she was in fact living the whole thing as if there were no cameras around. Sometimes such a unique performance doesn't seem real to some people, exactly like real accidents and death doesn't look real to anybody, because they have nothing to do with what is being shown in movies and on TV series. She is a natural. See more »
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Poios Gnorizei Na Peta
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