The revolution starts.... now!
I'm sure there will be plenty of people that will accuse "Theedukators" of being such a cheap anti-capitalism manifest, a "cool"product designed for rich boys who feel like making a revolution.Whatever, nowadays we need idealism more than ever, we need to believein lost causes, we have to appeal to the dignity of the individual andto spit in the riches' faces. "The Edukators" is one way of doing allthose things from the cinema screen by telling the story of three rebelyoung guys that won't stay and look without doing a thing while the bigcorporations destroy this world and turn us into working-hard zombies.They have an idea: to assault mansions, mess everything up, to maketrouble just to scare the owners... not to steal, not to break things.It is all about disconcerting. Obviously their "game" will soon get outof hand, they'll get involved in a kidnapping, and they will bump intosomething that's more powerful than revolution or ideals: love. Twoboys, one girl... that means TROUBLES.
As I said, we need more movies like this one that are so well made, andalso tries to open people's eyes. (Unfortunatelly I'm sure that thosewho should get their eyes opened will never watch "The Edukators".
PS: It is worth to watch "The Edukators" even if it's just for the lastminutes of the film, with Jeff Buckley singing Leonard Cohen's"Hallellujah" (that also proves the director's exquisite taste).
*My rate: 8/10