Once again we find ourselves in the world of ambulance drivers involved in shady, illicit activities. This time the subject was selling corpses, in the form of a dark Hungarian comedy, set in the Yugoslav war of the early 90s. The film certainly flowed better than the Gambler, and gave the supporting cast a satisfying degree of personality, making them all memorable, so out of the two films, this was the better crafted. Unfortunately the show I attended apparently skipped a reel (or whatever is the equivalent with digital projectors) so the entire last third of the movie made little sense. Apart from that, it was an entirely enjoyably experience.