This film follows two Belgrade youths on their rise to gangster legends in a decaying society.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dusan Pekic ...
Pinki
Milan Maric ...
Svaba
Dragan Bjelogrlic ...
Kure
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Suzana
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Stojan (as Miki Manojlovic)
Gorica Popovic ...
Nevenka
Vesna Trivalic ...
Lidija
Andreja Jovanovic ...
Dijabola
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Biber
Zorka Manojlovic ...
Svabina baka (as Zora Manojlovic)
Danilo 'Bata' Stojkovic ...
Komsija
Danica Maksimovic ...
Ninana
Radoslav 'Rale' Milenkovic ...
Inspektor (as Rale Milenkovic)
Nikola Pejakovic ...
Kafedzija (as Nidzo Pejakovic)
Milorad Mandic-Manda ...
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This film follows two Belgrade youths on their rise to gangster legends in a decaying society.

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The Years Have Passed Only Wounds Have Remained

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15 May 1998 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)  »

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The screenplay is inspired by true events experienced by Besa and Marko, two school fellows of Ivan Ivanovic, a famous serbian Tv comedian who hosts the renowned Talk Show "The night with Ivan Ivanovic". See more »

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quite subjective
22 April 2004 | by (Russia) – See all my reviews

Take `The Clockwork Orange', add `Trainspotting', add `Once Upon a Time in America'...Throw away all the cinema glamour. Add harsh reality. I do not know what you will get as a result and I can't promise you it will be something good. But if you are Srjan Dragoevic, you will get `Rane' and it will be breathtaking.

I've watched tonns of various movies - & felt like nothing could impress, thrill or shock me - till I've discovered Yugoslavian/postYugoslavian cinema. Black humor. Real passion. Authentic - might be the best definition. The characters are a l i v e and you just wonder how the director managed to put so much pieces of real life inside the picture. What other cinema schools tried to archieve through `experiments' - like Dogma for example - that is to say by inventing boarders, limits & rules for itself - those Yugoslavs did or do by working in often ordinary, may be even classic way - and the main trick is that they seem to have no boarders! The movies I've watched were dark but still they never lacked `lust for life'. Yugoslavian cinema seems to have national specific but always keeps in mind the best examples of European/American cinema. Almost all listed above refers to `Rane'. Mix `Trainspotting' with `Clockwork orange' add a little bit of `Once upon a time in America' & put it on the streets of Belgrade of the nineteth...Take two teenagers who do not know any reality except hatred, violence, crime & poverty - and put them inside the story. One of the most bizzare things for me was - how it reminds the Russia of the early ninteth - rapid inflation, depression & political madness. Two main characters are the guys from my area. It makes me wonder - why former Yugoslavian directors managed to make a number of brilliant movies - trying to expalin what is happening - during extremely hard times - while Russia hadn't already produced even a single good & honest movie about what is happening in Chechnya? Well may be one or two but it is still doubtfull. That's a shame.


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