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A reclusive Bulgarian railway trackman finds millions of cash spilled on the tracks and turns them in to the police. When the transport ministry's head of PR Julia Staikova decides to use him as a diversion from a corruption scandal, his simple life falls victim to the grinder of bureaucracy.
Littered with amusing set-pieces involving bumbling state functionaries, the film's comedy is executed with a flair for comic timing, yet there's no escaping the ensuing laughter is tinged with a heavy sense of apprehension.
This satire, like so many others, is based on confronting the poor and honest worker (and a bit pathetic for solitary, shy and stuttering) and there is scarcely anything new in criticism and humor. [Full review in Spanish]