The Optimists (Optimisti) (2006)
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The five stories in The Optimists are inspired by Voltaire's famous satirical novel Candide and its motto: "Optimism is insisting everything is good, when everything is bad." The setting is present day, post-Milosevic Serbia. Painted with black humour, these stories reflect a time filled with hope and despair, real optimism and false; a time when fiction and reality co-exist side by side, and when many people fish in the troubled waters of lost illusions. The acclaimed actor Lazar Ristovski
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The screenplay is blunt and to the point, and the performances are subtly tinged with a surreal comic edge.
These five stories set in post-Milosevic Serbia are unrelated beyond their general air of disillusionment, providing little satisfaction individually or as a whole.
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