On the last day of 1999, 20-year-old Sebastian locks himself in a TV studio. He has two hostages, a gun, and an important message for the world. The story of the attack explores a rebel’s extreme measures and last resort.
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I can’t recall the last Russian film I saw or even if Prime Time is the very first. Regardless of that, the straightforward premise is interesting from the get-go, and it doesn’t waste any time, putting the viewers inside the action almost instantly. The initially suspenseful, tense atmosphere gradually becomes lighter and less threatening as the characters interpreted by Bartosz Bielenia, Magdalena Popławska, and Andrzej Kłak begin to understand each other. At first, this makes the hijacker and... read the rest.