Montenegro’s second rehearsal
As the presentation starts, there is not doubt that entry looks and sounds distinctly different to those of the three preceding countries. There is an impression of water on the stage floor that looks a new addition to me (if I had noticed before, I’ve forgotten) as well as a bright red beam on the edge where the floor meets the background wall, which gives a sharp edge visually to the stage. It is nice to see that Knez looks happier on stage, smiles more and accompanies his performance with expressive (but not over the top) arm movements. Yes, I don’t think I am wrong, the presentation, while keeping its main elements from Montenegro’s first rehearsal, has changed for the better and still looks classy but a bit more dramatic and exciting than before.