A young widow, an aging widower-returnee, and a priest from a bankrupt parish are struggling to come to terms with the post-war environment, complete with its prejudices, illusions, and ... See full summary »
Nikola is a man who knows how to really enjoy life; he's even able to rouse sympathy for his sinful ways. His brother turns a blind eye to his philandering although, with a broken marriage ... See full summary »
Predrag 'Miki' Manojlovic,
This TV series follows the life of the fictional character, Iva Kolar (portrayed by Goran Visnjic): his experiences as a Croatian University student, his role as a Partisan fighting ... See full summary »
Four friends meet in Autumn of 1991 in order to pay respect to one of them who was killed in war. Remembering happy pre-war days and being frustrated by dark present and even darker future,... See full summary »
Janko, a police officer/veteran of the war, who is suffering from insomnia caused by post-traumatic stress disorder, now works as a guard in front of the Russian embassy in Zagreb. Having ... See full summary »
During the war, Ana lost members of her family and was raped by a member of the Serb paramilitary forces. Years later, she accidentally sees her tormentor in the middle of Zagreb. She goes ... See full summary »
Bartul Burt Marinkovich, a Croatian emigree-turned millionaire, dies and unexpectedly leaves his millions not to his beautiful young wife, Nicole, but to his heretofore unknown, illegitimate nephew, Bepo Stambuk, who is living in Bol on the island of Brac. This is Marinkovich's posthumous revenge on Nicole for his discovery that she has been having a long-standing affair with his personal secretary, Douglas Caine. A young lawyer of Croatian descent named Elisabeth Horvath is assigned to find Bepo and transfer his inheritance to him, but at the same time, Nicole and Caine hire two assassins to go to Brac and kill Marinkovich's heir. When Horvath and the two assassins arrive, they discover independently that there are three men in Bol named Bepo Stambuk, and must figure out which is the right one. Written by
Jaime Jeske <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This movie is one of the worst movies that have been made in Croatia.If someone advice you to look at this movie,don't do it.If someone says you that this is the best Croatian film ever,don't listen' to him."Posljednja volja" is a type of movie that you can skip.I don't know why Goran Visnjic accepted this role.This was his mistake.He is a very good actor and even in this movie he has some bright moments.But he can't pull this movie without some help.He doesn't have any help from the director,nor the leading actors.Although in this movie you can see some of the legends of Croatian film,they're not in the leading rolls.That's why this movie is just not good in my opinion.Too many bad sides that can be found if you're a realistic watcher.
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