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We Are Not Angels (1992)
"Mi nismo andjeli" (original title)

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Angel and the devil fight for the soul of a Belgrade playboy who made a young girl pregnant.

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Angel and the devil fight for the soul of a Belgrade playboy who made a young girl pregnant.

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In 1996, members of the Yugoslavian Board of the Academy of Film Art and Science (AFUN) voted this film the ninth best Serbian movie in 1947-1995 period. See more »

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Serbian cinema at its very worst.
6 February 2009 | by (Serbia) – See all my reviews

WANA is a typical movie from the war-torn Serbia of the 90s: the nepotism, which was already quite bad, reached new lows when a charisma-less, talentless man like Srdjan Todorovic was actually elevated into a status of movie stardom. (Alas, local "stardom"...) But don't be fooled: there is nothing funny about this third-rate clown: I wouldn't hire him to entertain 3 year-olds on a birthday party. Making random silly/stupid faces whenever a script requires you to be "funny" isn't really how comedy is supposed to work, in Serbia or anywhere else.

The witless way in which Srdjan plays the role of the devil - as well as all the other roles he had ever been handed - can be reproduced by literally anyone. He is the Pauly Shore of Serbian movies - except that barely anyone takes Shore seriously in the States. Todorovic's amateurishness makes even Pasolini's worst actors look like Steve Martin by comparison. But as awful as little Srdjan is, Uros Djuric (the angel) may be even worse: his line-delivery is so off I thought he may have been sleep-deprived during filming. (Djuric is actually a painter. That stuff is even worse than his movies. He spreads his massive lack of talent rather thinly.)

Both of these terminally unamusing guys are nepotistic offspring from Serbia's "finest", so why be surprised. Along with Srdjan, Nikola Kojo was another rising "star" of Serbia's quality-starved cinema at the time this junk was made. Whereas at least Todorovic mugs like a hard-working clown, i.e. at least makes a semblance of an effort - as futile as it may be - Kojo is merely his usual apathetic self, showing no emotions AT ALL, sort of like the male Katherine Deneuve. No, his stone-facedness isn't the mark of another Eastwood or Bronson; Kojo has zero charisma. What anyone sees in him - especially in a comedy - is truly beyond me. Well... "comedy".

WANA provides humour for the undiscerning, uncritical viewer. It is bottom-of-the-barrel, moronic garbage destined to please only those who will laugh at anything. If you're 10 years old you might enjoy this.

Many fans of this film focus a lot on the supposed fact that one cannot truly appreciate the quality of Serbian comedies if one isn't from there, or at least speaks the language. But it has nothing to do with where you come from. The fact that the synchronization or subtitles may "take away a lot from the original" is absolutely true, though, but this may be a good thing. A translation might actually improve this movie, if nothing else, because it cannot make such horrible films any worse than they already are.

I'm still waiting for someone in this country to finance a good comedy script and then hire good actors for it. However, currently there is more chance of Clint Eastwood having a sex change than that happening...

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