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Dragomir 'Gidra' Bojanic,
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There is pretty much both the angel and the devil in each of us...
Do you know that feeling when you watch some film, you immediately fall in love with it's imaginary world, you start to identify with every character? Well, that's what happens when you see 'The Angels' for the first, second and every next time! Cute story told in a brilliant way,it's full of charming Belgrade's sense of humor that has been in zenith in early 90's.Central characters are The Angel and The Devil, competing about Nikola, a twenty-and-something womanizing student of the world literature, a city's wise-guy whose cozy way of life is being roughly interrupted by impregnating Marina, a clumsy high school graduate at a party, who wants to keep the baby, while Nikola believes it's not necessary. Generations in Serbia knows to tell this film by heart, and I highly recommend it to anyone abroad because it's a great way of meeting and understanding Yugoslav pop culture.It also has an outstanding soundtrack. Recommended for whoever is sick and tired with shallow Hollywood teen comedies that are overwhelming our Space and Time nowadays!
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