The new Dutch owner of a Zagreb-based advertising agency, Rinus Jongbloed, takes his employees on a team-building weekend of rafting and paintball. The relationships between the co-workers are tense, particularly with Branko, one of the agency founders, who has had to give the decision-making power over to the new manager.
Most of the employees are ambitious, each in their own way. Young Mladen is bootlicking Rinus; there are clear hints that the attractive Maja is sleeping with the new manager; the Bosnian Nedim is also trying to win his affections in his own simple way; and only the hard-working Vesna seems to care about Branko and his feelings. Things are further complicated by the fact that Jongbloed only speaks Dutch, and thus requires an interpreter, Sanjin, who will play a crucial role in the film’s climax.
During the paintball game, a drooling hillbilly with a shotgun intercepts Branko’s team and kills one of his female colleagues. Branko manages to grab his shotgun and kill him, but soon after enters into a conflict with Mladen, who’s packing his own real pistol, and kills him too, in self-defence. The rest of his team run away and join Rinus’ rival team. But there comes a much bigger danger than Branko. —Cineuropa.org