Korporativ is a short adaptation of Shakespear’s Macbeth: a monologue and a little bit of dialog superimposed on a modern situation of a staff party in the form of a paintball game.
The idea is cute, but there is a discrepancy between the words and the action: Shakespear’s verses are very serious, as they relate to serious events (murders, betrayals, and all that), but in this case they are applied to simple cheating in a meaningless game, which made me feel disappointed in the end. If, on the other hand, the game would have been used by the hero to hide a real crime, that might have been really cool. But this isn’t the case, unfortunately, so the film is just okay. Here it is:
Released in: 2016
Directed by: Yaroslav Vozzhaev
Performed by: Timur Romashko, Ekaterina Pakhomova
Entertaining quality: 4- out of 5
Art quality: 4 out of 5