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Now that's the most elaborate way to reform a chronically spoiled brat.
Better then what Dr. Phil and more effective
@Mysterious cloud Really? which part of Africa lol..and where do they send ignorant people?
Yeah until they find out what really happened.
This actually seems like an amazing movie. The father wanting to stop production repeatedly was a nice touch that explains how Grisha had gotten so bad in the first place. His father *was* all bark and no bite but in the end he relented which allowed his son to become a better man.
@Mahir anindo Original commenter said the movie is amazing. Alex is saying he doesn't believe the movie is so "amazing" from his experience or knowledge of the Russian film industry....👀
I know movie sounds interesting in this video, but as a russian guy who understands filming a bit and knows how awful russian cinema looks now, I say it`s fucked up. Not the worst, but not amazing, either. Realisation sucks as always, with small details look fucked
I mean I would also want to stop my son getting whipped
"When Anastasia said they worked on a horror movie together, she meant that they used to be married." Now this was a different level of relationship goals
That's pure Russian language flex
@Pesi Belau I understood it almost as soon as he said it, I had to pause for a good laugh.
I understood it 3 seconds later
Only in the second viewing of this video did I get the joke.
How do I handle my child’s bad behavior?Google: be patient and talk to himBing:
Grandparents: discipline and persistence
@Miguel Angelo Wong why choose when there’s both
Which is fancier to clarify a decaying fruit?Spoiling fruitRotting fruit
underrated comment lmao
The most painful thing about this is we know people like this exists... and they are not a few
@T Raw he say teach your kids
Honestly huge respect for this guy. He spends probably hours of his freetime watching movies and making summaries for people like us to enjoy. Good job man :)
Link of this movie
Considering he probably makes 50k a video why wouldn’t he?
Getting paid to watch movies and explain it is easy. But the fact a lot of the movies are horrible plot movies is the biggest challenge 😂
If I get paid 2k-8k per vid then I would do it too💀
The guy that plays Grisha is Serbian actor "Miloš Biković", he actually speaks Serbian, English AND Russian, he is very well known in Russia as an actor, Serbs also like him and he has acted in numerous movies in Serbia and Russia, most known Serbian movie he's been in has to be "Južni Vetar" (South Wind)
@Akapulko06 at one point all east of berlin were soviet proxies so you can't really argue there. worldwide sure but i just said russian is to eastern slavs what english is to western europeans so if the response is not even in line with the point why even bother to respond
@Joeri Van De Weyer not true, Russian is difficult to learn, for Slavs and others alike, English is used in more countries and its used more often, so its more important and almost everything online is in english, so its easier to learn than Russian, also most of the world uses the Latin alphabet, and not the Cyrillic alphabet, so thats another reason
wow a slavic speaking russian is like a non english european speaking english
@Gozilla i mean i didn't know about that one but then again, people speak many languages nowadays
he also speaks german
thank you so much for doin what you do! you're bringing amazing foreign movies that normally we would never see, going through the effort to commentate, translate, and watch the movies yourself, and doing all this with an insanely crazy upload schedule! you're doin great work man!
This guy is the visualization of nobility in the times before the late 20th century, spoiled, using their wealth for parties.And the sad part is, today, many millionaires, do that, people who are given their riches on a silver platter, making up standards for what a person should be
It'll depend on specifically which code of nobility you're talking about. There's not really any one specific standard.One of the old standards is about absolutely refusing to be subjugated. The death before dishonour mentality that spawned the infamous dueling culture in the 17th and 18th century.Given how quickly he was willing to fall in line when he didn't have the upper hand, he would fail to live up to that standard of nobility. By those standards, a true gentleman would have chosen to die in the fight he knows that he'll lose than allow himself to be disgraced.
I'm even a little shocked that this film was seen NOT ONLY in Russia. In our country, everyone was satisfied with the film. Not only because there are a lot of our famous actors there, but also because the film is quite high-quality, and even historical, in some way. At the time of the release of this film, there was another one, also known, called the Union of Salvation. On the contrary, many people did not like itIn general, I would not recommend watching our films to people not from Russia. In our films there are too many things from everyday life (In particular for Russia), and too little of any fiction. It is rare to find a fictional happy ending here. Only brutal reality, which can sometimes be happy
@Mister Twister Он ж тупой, все равно не поймет)
Historical... Монголы нападают на село в Российской империи в середине 19 века😅😅😅
I like Russian films. I saw a dragon one and a ufo one. Not too many that are like everyday, they have fantasy. I think Russia does fantasy well.
The story is actually not bad at all.
Couldn't possibly be a Russian version of the Truman show
I loved it
Lowkey hella cool
@Prod. OPPBLOCK at movies, yes. At tanks, not so much
Not gonna lie, this actually looks like a good movie.
Hardship is what made a man, A MAN.
I find it amazing that modern man finds his solutions to character flaws brought on by the modern lifestyle of comfort and ease by going back to the morals and traditions of yesteryear. Agreed, this is only a movie, but it's something we occasionally hear about in real life too. Turns out our fathers, grandfathers and great-grandfathers weren't as backward as perhaps we thought they were.
This movie is fun, creative, ingeniously simplistic and heart warming. 10/10 🏆
@DetectiveLlama son of a rich
I find it very interesting that this intervention style is not just for the kid, but for the parent as well who has to be constantly convinced not to save his spoiled son.
Omg !! The story line is simply amazing 👏. People in real life NEED THIS to appreciate what they have . Good job ! The narrator was very good too I got sucked right in and subscribed to the channel!!
As someone fairly versed in history, I can say it would've less punishment to have had his son shot than to have him made a pretend Russian serf.
thank you so much for this review of a film i’ll never get to see - a foreign film yet. so interesting to see one from Russia! you really tell the whole story so well and without any emotion so we can feel our own. (i didn’t realize there were such rich people in Russia. very disappointing.) looking forward to more. [from New York] :) 🎥🎬🎞🌷🌿🌼🌱🌷
Many people can pull off such money, it's just that no one pulls it out in such a crazy way XD
Nothing too crazy, grounded in reality... and a sweet ending. This movie puts a smile on my face.
@Ali80076 3 months is not a long time
@SOFia i think the comment is being ironic.
@Ali80076 Remote part of Russia with little to no air traffic?
That's exactly how i feel about this movie.
I like how the success of his son means more torture for the spoiled brats
I like how he is "getting" scars/whipped while casually sipping a drink
If only the resources were available to do this to all Western millennials.
This should be done to ALL the wealthy - especially those who are running our countries.
Love the last line: From then on, more spoiled rich brats are taken to the village for rehabilitation. Only point I laughed.
I wonder if it'll work for Haz and Nutmeg?
It's definitely a great movie. Tbh I didn't have much expectations and barely knew what the movie was about. I simply watched it because Miloš Biković got the main role. Wasn't disappointed at all, I started crying from laughter a couple of times during movie. 9/10 definitely
Real convenient that no planes fly overhead to let him know he's in the modern world
“And Lev explains that when Anastasia said they worked on a horror film together she meant that they actually used to be married”That’s certainly a turn of events lol
I really thought this was gonna turn brutal at some point. Was giving me horror movie vibes. The ending surprised me. I couldn't tell what was gonna happen even in the slightest.
I actually laughed out loud when Grisha found a gas station. The look on his face was priceless!
Get himself some horsepower
@BynFlew kazakstan would like a word with you xD
Well, it is a 1 horse power horse so he will need to give it fuel
I didn’t even watch the movie but from those 12 minutes I got extremely happy from see him change wow
I laugh so hard when they brought more spoil rich brats to the set 😂😂😂
Amazing movie that I would never have known about if it were not for this channel and the youtube algorithm. For a 2.6M production cost they seem to have really been able to do a lot of period work and story-telling.
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When I saw the village I immediatley thought that it looked medieval instead of a village from the 1860's, but then I remembered that it was in Russia, country that was severely unindustrilized even in early 20th century
this takes boot camp for out of control kids to an entire new level
Brings a whole new meaning to “send me’ to the ranch
This movie is actually very spot on in the way it portaits the serfdom system that was in act during all of the tzarist-era, right up until the last one. So when you think about, it wasnt without reason that Communism and the promise of a live without serfdom gained traction so fast in Russia. (Although it can be discussed up and down how much better it became or not during communism)
This is probably the most believable way to reform a spoiled brat which I like compared to other movies where they quickly learn to empathize wat too quickly. This brat has been like this for years, so it only makes sense it would be difficult for him to change his ways
@Doc Raja oh look racism
He's Russian they are tough and grounded. An evil tough and grounded person stays evil.
@Gladius I belief that the army got its good side and its a lot like what you learn doing martial arts except the comradary (not sure if I wrote that right). My problem with the army is, especially the US army, what they are used for by those dirty politicians! The fight for freedom lie ... everybody knows its about ressources and not human right or real threats. But for the development of character especially for fragile minds and people with anger issues it's great.
@FCK PRC Not US, but I've served my country. These days, it really ain't that bad, assuming you don't cause any trouble.Big factor in bootcamp changing a man is not only facing the physical hardships (which are actually manageable), but developing mental resilience. Plus, you'll make some honest friendships without any agendas.
Rich kid needs lesson so father spends money to teach him a lesson. Lesson wears off as soon as the kid is back in reality 😂
One of the greatest. I’m going to actually watch this movie
story of poor and rich is actually fun to watch since every single person can relate to the two.
Amazing story about redemption on a personal level
watching how this character developed into an actual human being was touching.. but lmao.. love that he ends up joining the crew to rehabilitate other spoiled rich kids
@Tyler James Yep. It's hard to find really good movies anymore. I like this channel, it's helping a ton.
@Wade Belknap Saw this and was like ima watch it. it was fuckin amazing. will remember till i die
Kinda like reLife
@Wade Belknap there's somethings money can't buy...for everything else, there's Mastercard
I guess he redirect his sociopathic tendencies into something beneficial for society lol
Man I am obsessed with watching these movie recaps especially these foreign ones the plots are incredible!
This is actually a cool concept to me. Contrived but still well written and thought out.
I found my self laughing at the end of this movie. Great movie 👍
I just watched it, hats down i will remember this movie forever, i was so pleasantly surprised, i recommend it 100%
I would honestly support something like this AS LONG AS IT DIDNT GET TOO OUT OF HAND
what the actual hell. you'd support just straight up kidnaping somebody and holding them in servitude? you do understand this is a crime right?
@Benjamin Douglas this is in itself a thing that got out of hand.Also you would risk your son being mentally scarred when he finds out the fact that he was a time traveler was a lie
@JB 2000 Suffering is part of the human condition and challenges make us stronger. All that said youre a fool if you think the the more painful the experience, the healthier it is for you. You can teach children through ways that wont traumatize them and make them weak, angry and insecure later in life.
@The Hh or someone who was SUPPOSED to be a harlot!!!
@Wet Peter do you wanna talk about it Wet Peter? I’m willing to listen
Actually this is a good idea to teach personal a lesson no need to put into a prison unless he or she committed a very serious crime.
If I was ever in a situation where people were gaslighting me to this degree, i'd just go postal trying to escape.
All the dad had to do was stop bailing his son out at every turn
Looks like a good movie. My only issue is since that girl went on TV about what they did I find it hard to believe he wouldn't hear about it when he was back.
This is the most Russian way of disciplining your spoiled child.Edit: Wow! Thanks for all the likes y'all! I've been trying to start up my youtube channel, so make sure to check it out if you haven't already !!!
With gulag in Siberia and poster of stalin
was thinking it would have been soldier from the russo-japanese war instead or napoleonic
@Ethereal Voice it's gulag when child trying to discipline their parent
I mean hard alcohol is too-
Pretty interesting story with a pretty good idea and a creative execution
The ending was truly touching tbh 😌
That was actually great story I'm going to watch it tonight when I get home from work
I was laughing the whole time!
Imagine, during this whole staged thing, Grisha is becoming a good person with these actors help. And one day suddenly if Grisha sees an aeroplane flying in the sky...
I was just thinking that as I watched this...
Replies contains- actually an answers to Andy's question- aeroplane fight- english/american mindset- Hax is from belgium- malaysian talking about planes- pew pew - North Korea,Syberia,Russia,America,Belgium,Malaysia++
Dude's lowkey a great actor from this perspective
Hard to believe we watching such a beautiful movie in this generation
Moral lesson:Everything will be solved if you call the Mongols.
"There's always a sniper ready to shoot Grisha with a tranqulizer."Of course there is.
Putting this on my watchlist now, ty and keep on doing this awesome recap
Wow. That's a solid story. I'm very glad the way they did that.
Thats a worth watching movie. It teaches lessons.
I think many of the viewers know the name of Ray, the director. His dad was an author, and had written a story similar to this, in Bengali
Honestly seems like a good movie. But in reality, if I knew that I had been tranquilized, kidnapped, made to think I had time traveled, been lied to, then lied to again after waking up in a hospital. I'd be furious as hell.
Not if you became as reformed as him
@Chris Dawson He shall question it; and after some time he shall answer.
...and you've found real love, u live better with people and yourself and ur rich...
It really took a village to rehabilitate that guy huh
Wow, this seems like a really good movie, I actually felt like I watched it just hearing the summary.
This made me laugh my ass off
The actors in the “village” wouldn’t just have to pretend like they don’t know 300 years of history, but also have to be at least knowledgeable of Tsarist Russia of the time
Imagine being grisha, confused and panicking. Meanwhile the actors in the village are being harsh as much as they want to get payed😂
@Wyslannik New World Order *bruhh*
@Wyslannik New World Order 😂😂😂😂attack on titan
Paid, not payed
I actually think it'll be pretty fun getting paid to be bad people to spoiled brats but whipping someone seems so wrong 😂
Well they do have to follow scripts and in the end they know the brats will be released and told the truth. That has to take all the fun out of it
I watched this film. Miloš Bikovich is a talented actor. Really loved the film.
The ending made me smile
2:05 Hey, you. You're finally awake.You were trying to cross the border, right? Walked rightinto that Imperial ambush, same as us, and that thiefover there. Damn you Stormcloaks. Skyrim was fineuntil you came along. Empire was nice and lazy. If theyhadn't been looking for you, I could've stolen that horseand be halfway to Hammerfell. You there. You and mewe shouldn't be here. It's these Stormcloaks the Empirewants. We're all brothers and sisters in binds now, thief.Shut up back there! And what's wrong with him, huh?Watch your tongue. You're speaking to UlfricStormcloak, the true High King. Ulfric? The Jarl ofWindhelm? You're the leader of the rebellion. But ifthey've captured you. Oh gods, where are they takingus? I don't know where we're going, but Sovngardeawaits. No, this can't be happening. This isn'thappening. Hey, what village are you from, horse thief?Why do you care? A Nord's last thoughts should be ofhome. Rorikstead. I'm… I'm from Rorikstead.…looks like the Thalmor are with him.General Tullius, sir. The headsman is waiting. Good.Let's get this over with! Shor, Mara, Dibella, Kynareth,Akatosh. Divines, please help me. Look at him. GeneralTullius the Military Governor. And it looks like theThalmor are with him. Damn elves. I bet they hadsomething to do with this.Why are we stopping? Why do you think? End of theline. Let's go. Shouldn't keep the gods waiting for us.
A very good story from the beginning to the end.I also noticed For the first time in a movie the good girl looks beautiful, usually its vice versa with the bad girl looking hotter.
Its worth mentioning, that the guy that gets in the village after Grisha (12:42) is real russian actor (Roma Zholud/Рома Жёлудь) that is known for being spoiled and rich. People laughed a lot when they saw him back in the day i watched that movie on the cinema theatre
this is milos bikovic from serbia
@Ben Dover we bled different blood type tho🥱😂
@pedja lav Yup
@Mashiho'd PotatoeTM Dont worry I was in Japan they also think Serbia and Siberia is same lol.
Damnit now I have to watch the actual movie, even though I know how it ends... Christ...
This was a damn good movie! Great story
You can't be taught empathy after being a psycho for so many years. It's not like he hadn't ever seen the consequences of his actions on other before. He's just seeing them in another century again.
While I wish I could see the actual movie (I believe I can’t as I assume it’s in Russian, and I am vary much an ignorant American who only speaks English) I like that I can at least experience the story through these videos.
"They worked on a horror film together. She meant they use to be married." Hahahaha
I’m still acting in my own horror movie... 😂😕
@get a life 😂😂😂 Nailed it
😂😂😂😂 I didn’t even catch that!!
It looks like he purposely jumps into the lake instead of “accidentally falling into a lake” 😂
Ngl, I’ve never actually seen or heard of the movie before. I legit clicked on this video and thought that this was real lmaoBut with that being said, it’s crazy how corrupted your life will be if you were able to be wealthy and have that kind of power to have so much money and then it will try and brainwash you. I’m guessing that this is what will happen if you’re being too cocky of all of the sudden. If these kind of people exist, I hope that they seek professional help for looking into their errors of their ways. Cause after all, it breeds the cesspool of greed
Almost can’t believe I watched the whole thing. Western movies often lack that character depth and moral exploration. Change is tacked on and happens easily. Hollywood could learn a thing or two from this.
11:26 Russian police arresting medieval Mongol warriors feels like a Monty Python and the Holy Grail skit
Many people here are mentioning airplanes being a problem. Here in southern South Dakota/northern Nebraska, the nearest airport (airliner at least) is an hour and a half away from my town, and we don't get many at all. With the land features around (lakes, rivers, hills, cows and farms, etc.), I have a feeling that someone could DEFINITELY pull this off around my area no problem. The locals would most likely even help for free! I REALLY liked this movie idea though!
@V1ntage How do you edit planes out of the real world sky?
@Bryan Couillard maybe you could say civilization ended years ago and they had to rebuild?
I live in the southern part of Russia and despite my town having an aiport, actually seeing a plane in the sky is a pretty rare occasion. So technically speaking, this stunt can be pulled off in some remote outback location no problem.
@FuSoSoSoSoSo its still larger than Pluto. Yes it's distorted but it can't ruin the fact that its absolutely huge and that majority of people are concentrated west of the Ural. Which is like 30% of the whole country.
Y'all literally have forgotten that they can easily edit out the plane if there's any😂
It’s pretty good. The story plot is amazing
WE NEED THIS IRL
Parent goes to extreme measures to make up for their obvious failures as a parent.
12:20 to like a few seconds later, reminded me that not only that you can make an entire set to fall in love with someone and you get disciplined well from being a spoiled rich brat, it also reminded me about the relationship with Wilbur Soot and Niki, **GIGGITY GIGGITY**
Brooo , imagine if at the end he wanted to go back and went insane. That would've been an ending
And he believe the modern world is evil so he rides a horse and carries a sword, terrorizing towns and cities while wearing nothing but war paint on his body. “Sir, your son just decapitated another citizen who was using his cellphone.”Dad: “oh geez, how much is it going to be this time?”
@oooNathalie what dark is some of the people that commented in this video ,looking at comments it seams to be some people want this done in real life these people are so crazy they are jealous and angry at a fictional character !
From comedy to drama real quick
@KHONSHUSNESS oh my god I watched that movie years ago but I forgot the name
@Janith (TheCashman007) that’s exactly what I was thinking that it was going to take a dark turn but it ended nice lol
Good way to teach some one a lesson
imagine the last part to be more serious and dark. like he got into the fake world and believed it way too much, that even when it was revealed to be fake, he dont want to believe and somehow became insane, the movie showed him laughing histerically and continue to act like he still on that era.
"They do anything to win and that's a good thing."
Allergic to consequences 😂💀
This is awesome. I would pay for experiences like this. Maybe a zombie apocalypse experience or really anything. It would be expensive but I bet people would pay good money or people would pay to prank their friends.
Idk fam ppl dont do zombie pranks anymore these days cuz gun exists
I never understood people's fascination with zombie apocalypses. They seem like shit situations to be in to me
Actually this movie is based on Michael Douglas movie about rich man.. the best ever birthday gift... blah blah
In a zombie apocalipse scenario you would die within 1 hour, because "reality" isnt a movie where you get to be the hero
People always pay for their fantasies u know...
This movie has a very clockwork orange feel when it comes to how it arrives at it's (very similar) moral.
This movie has to be in my top 3 favourites, and that's actually saying something I've watched a lot of movies, but anyway, it was even better with you recapping it p, keep up the grate work.👍