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The story follows a group of Croatian refugees who have been forced to leave their hometown of Vukovar by Serbian forces during Croatia's struggle for independence. The people are settled ... See full summary »
Determined to move on with their life violently interrupted by war several years ago, an elderly couple returns to their restored home. We follow their everyday life through the four ... See full summary »
Osijek, Yugoslavia- 1968. 17-year old Tomo is the great hope for the city of Osijek in the junior rowing cup that Chairman Tito is scheduled to open in that city. However, Tomo's main ... See full summary »
After spending 13 years in prison, forty-year-old Djuka Begovic returns to his home-village in Slavonia. He promises to his mother that he will begin a new and honest life. He finds new ... See full summary »
On the eve of Yugoslav war in 1991, English ecologist Henry comes to the city of Osijek in order to save the world's oldest oak. After many dangerous and funny adventures, they finally arrive to nearby village where the oak is located.
Determined to find her sister's killers, Ida Palamar decides to become a prostitute in an elite Zagreb brothel where the murder probably took place. The brothel is run by Vuk, violent and ... See full summary »
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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