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Spoetnik by Noel Loozen

Spoetnik by Noel Loozen

A young man works in a food truck across from a brothel. Then, he sees a girl that needs his help. Boy meets girl at 3:01… then he rescues her at 6:46…

Sam works at the Spoetnik food stand, selling its namesake specialty lunch kabab.

The stand is situated across the street from a brothel, and when one of the girls who works there visits Sam’s stand — slung over the shoulder of her “minder” — Sam falls in love with the alluringly pretty girl and decides to rescue her.

Spoetnik is a classic tale of love at first sight, but with its wry sense of humor, stylized images and eccentric sense of timing, it’s a highly memorable cinematic experience.

Each detail in the film — from the costumes and sharp framing to the locations and colors — is highly precise and even uncannily elegant.

The result is a film with plenty of verve, style and ruffian charm, and makes for a highly enjoyable and unique take on the romantic comedy.




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