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Bozic u Becu (1997)

 -  Drama | War  -  24 July 1997 (Croatia)
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Filip Sovagovic ...
Ivan Lesjak
Bojana Gregoric ...
Dr. Marina Parun
Ljubo Kapor ...
Petar Lesjak
Vjera Zagar-Nardelli ...
Eva Resjak
Marija Kohn ...
Teta Ana
Drago Krca ...
Tetak Josip
Gusti Wolf ...
Mizzi
Damir Loncar ...
Emil
Damir Saban ...
Branko Jelic
Zarko Savic ...
Stevo
Cintija Asperger ...
Brigita
Ilija Ivezic ...
General Raguz
Nada Gacesic ...
Blagajnica
Ivo Gregurevic ...
Gost
Predrag 'Predjo' Vusovic ...
Konobar
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traditions are unbreakable
28 August 1999 | by (Zagreb, Croatia) – See all my reviews

This movie has introduced two large things in Croatian cinematography: 1) Serb is humble and knocks on the door of the Croat to ask for help and 2) People are traditionally more connected to their belongings (little figurines) than to the people around them. Bravo maestro! The rest of the movie is genuine croatian school


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