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This series, mostly humorous, yet epic in proportions, chronicles the city of Split in turbulent times between 1910 and 1947. Although the story has numerous subplots and dozens of different characters, the main accent is given to "Hajduk", world-famous soccer club and its founders. Written by
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Velo Misto is the greatest Croatian story ever told.It was written by the best Dalamtian writer...Miljenko Smoje.It was acted by some of the best Croatian actor's such as Boris Dvornik.There is nothing bad in it.It has action,drama,history,comedy,tragedy,thriller,war...Everything there is.And it's also made correctly on the historical fact's which is quite of a surprize not only in Croatia but in the world.I recommend this to anyone.Not only to those who come from Croatia but to those who come from the other countries too.This is a proof of how good Croatian cinematography can be.This deserver's Oscar's.A true masterpiece of Croatian cinematography and wider.A pure perfection.
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