What seemed unprecedented in the previous film, seems redundant or botched in this, a patchwork of ideas and intentions that do not find a profuse discourse except to shuffle again and again, just giving an appearance of similarity with "Na Wylot". Probably this is the discursive form of this filmmaker and only with a next film I will realize how I relate to. In this one very little was given me to reveal.
Chronicling the rise to power of a small village boy this film is a satire that is very mercenary and uncompromising in its approach - perfectly mirroring the opportunism and reckless abandon shown by a governmental ladder that had lost touch with the heart of its people in favour of "far-sighted" goals. The film also boasts some of the most wildly creative camera work I've ever seen.