Film: The Hater
Starring: Maciej Musiałowski, Agata Kulesza, Danuta Stenka, Vanessa Aleksander, Maciej Stuhr, Jacek Koman, Adam Gradowski, Piotr Biedron, Martynika Kosnica
Director: Jan Komasa
Reviewer: George Sylex
Overview - It's some way or another amusing that Komasa's new film can be viewed, or perhaps ought to be viewed, in what is its regular habitat – the virtual world. Corpus Christi was a good news of affection in the midst of question and deliberate social distance, while thus, The Hater is an exciting story of a wannabe and of natural selection, which for this situation implies the individuals who have a solid and deft thumb and pointer.
In the wake of being ousted from a profession in law for submitting written falsification, Tomek (Maciej Musiałowski) finds a new line of work at an advertising organization. Here in control with the errand of utilizing on the web detest battles and phony news to dishonor big names. Tomek is superb at this specific employment and is immediately appointed to devastate the constituent battle of Paweł Rudnicki (Maciej Stuhr), a legislator with liberal standards who faces huge restriction from fundamentalists and preservationists.
Outside of work, Tomek acts like a gullible and taught youngster, yet he is really a sociopath. Stalke on Facebook and tune in to discussions with Gabi Krasucka (Vanessa Aleksander), his crush and the girl of a liberal couple near Rudnicki. It is an entrancing dynamic. Tomek experienced childhood with a homestead, with a humble family, and is by all accounts edgy to intrigue the Krasucka and his expectations are constantly associated with the strategic political smear.
To achieve his objectives, Tomek utilizes different methods and goes to unnerving limits. He penetrates Rudnicki's political group to misuse the bits of gossip about his homosexuality, and furthermore uses a ultraviolent computer game to control a troll with supremacist thoughts. Here, Komasa presents us with a full and opportune investigate of social and amusement media. Computer games, YouTube recordings, Facebook any apparatus can be utilized to spread radical thoughts without result or follow. What's more, everything is identified with social imbalance.
The hero shows no regret. He may cry or grin, however with the section of history, you comprehend that you can't confide in his activities: he is an ace controller. Tomek recognizes what sensitivities to contact and how to unite individuals via web-based networking media to join a reason that he completely controls. It is a bad dream so near our world that it doesn't appear fiction. It is something that as of now occurs the world over.
Moreover, Mateusz Pacewicz's extraordinary writings investigates muddled political thoughts on the two sides. The scenery to this story is an isolated Warsaw, with exacting first class dissidents on one side, and walks by supremacists who contradict LGBTQ movement and freedom on the other. On which side is Tomek? Is it true that you are fundamentalist? Or on the other hand would he say he is simply awesome at his particular employment? He has his own plan and every one of his activities are coordinated to the reason for being acknowledged and getting societal position.
As with Bartosz Bielenia in "Corpus Christi", here Komasa lands another immaculate position from his featuring job. With an amazing presentation, Maciej Musiałowski ensures that you never know without a doubt what's experiencing his head. The youthful Pole corners the screen in an upsetting manner: his appearances of disdain feel genuine, yet with a guiltless look, he likewise makes you question his goals. Musiałowski gives a dangerous and chilling presentation.
Final Word - The Hater is an exciting editorial on how falsehood flourishes in progressively spellbound social orders. Komasa paints a layered and confounded picture of the advanced world.
An Entrancing Thriller!