A romantic thoughtful interview intended student list entirely changed the lives of two people, professors and eminent students Una. She is beautiful and intelligent, but immature in ... See full summary »
A romantic thoughtful interview intended student list entirely changed the lives of two people, professors and eminent students Una. She is beautiful and intelligent, but immature in complicated relationships in which the inflammation, while the man is a professor whose lectures on mass media, most listened to college. Vice Dean of the Faculty manages to intrigue Una retracted into the game with a professor. Thus, one innocent interview turns into a record of life, philosophical and ideological views of the controversial professor, and then the malicious report about his life, behavior, action and movement... Written by
If you like movies adapted from books, and especially the ones faithfully adapted, here is a specimen for you. While some may resent the nudity depicted in the film (which I would call "intimacy scenes" rather than "erotic") it is exactly the way things are in Momo Kapor's book.
Sonja Savić IS Una, it is hard to imagine anyone else in the role. Although I never did find her attractive, it is easy to understand why the professor got so attached to her.
My only objection (more on account of the book than the movie) is a sort of black-and-white partition of characters, professor Babić being a know-it-all (about his job, not about love), and the vice-dean being a jealous schemer. On the other hand, the things professor talks about, such as the way one climbs up the ladder in the system, seem to be painfully true.
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