Mission London

Synopsis: A concert to celebrate Bulgaria joining the EU is being planned at the Embassy in London and it is the job of VARADIN, the new ambassador, to ensure the Queen attends. But with corrupt staff, criminal gangs operating out of the kitchen, falling in love with a stripper and a little misunderstanding with a PR firm that provides look-alike royalties - his simple task turns into a chaotic nightmare.
Genre: Comedy
107 min

Every time the patient feels he's losing control,

he has to think of the first number between one and hundred which comes...

into his head.

Then, after a short interval,

he has to name another number...

lower than the previous one.

What would you say, Mr. President?

People really like you. You cannot

ask for anything more than that.

That's exactly why I'm concerned.

Our potential seems to be obscured.

From here I could only go down.

I need an explanation... Tell me why

every time I try to do something

for this country, some crocks

have to screw things up?

They are always holding you back

when you try to do something useful.

These people are

complete crocks.

What do you think you are doing?

Can't you see I'm busy?

- I'm going to leave.

- You're busy with yourself as usual.

I'm not one for hanging

around in your shadow.

Because I'm fighting for eternal dignity.

Please stop with this circus.

Think of how much

I spent on Vienna.

Yes, but I had a dinner

with the Habsburg. Right?

You have no idea how

important these contacts are.

You can't buy prestige cheaply.

You just can't.

"We are hungry.

We are hungry."

Look what I have to bear with!

Human emotions are similar to earthquakes...

and can be rated on a scale between one and hundred...

depending on their intensity.

Every time the number becomes smaller,

and so on...until it gets down to zero.

At that moment in time the emotion is completely under control,

and the patient has restored his psychological equilibrium.

I want Varadin to go there.

He can do it.

Varadin has to go to London.

It was Thursday.

Like any other...

The duty-free shop in the embassy

was opened from 10 to 12am, as usual...

For trusted customers only.

Despite the negative stories,

it was just a form of mutual assistance

in the spirit of best

corporate traditions.

The turnover of the duty-free

shop came to ?2,545

for the first six months of the year.

This would be mainly by selling

rakia, beer and cigarettes

from the diplomatic quota which

was rather hard to acquire.

In the meantime, Sir Dee Garber -

chairman of the National Defense Commission,

had found some disturbing

figures in the budget.

This led to a further four-year delay

of strategic European project

for a combat jet,

named "Eurofighter".

The deficit amount was... ?2,545.

This money wasn't

so big of an issue,

but the bad tendency that could

lead to undesirable consequences.

Counsellor Mavrodiev have also found

some serious loopholes in the budget

of his business establishment.

Piss off.

You have debts to pay off first.

- Come on, I'll pay you tomorrow.

- I'm really tired of actors.

But unlike the chairman of NDA,

the Counsellor had a very

clear idea of where that

deficit came from.

This led to a further four-month delay

in the purchase

of new vacuum cleaner.

I'm begging you, just one pack? I'm

shooting an advertisement on Tuesday.

We are fellow Bulgarians.

We need to help each other.

Yes, we are.

But only after you pay.

How much?

- "How much?"

Wait a minute. I'm not a calculator.

Calm down.

While the Counsellor was trying to

reduce the commercial deficit,

the small and committed team at

the embassy was enjoying

the last moments of the sheer anarchy

in the last few months.

The squabbles between the employees

were almost absent.

An untypical spirit of friendliness and

unity could be felt among people.

Everyone had their piece of happiness.

They also had one common trait -

There was no boss.

Do you know what I heard about

the new Embassador?

Well... president's wife was

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