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Release Date:
31 October 2002 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) See more »
The plot follows the story of Zona Zamfirova (Katarina Radivojevic), a local rich man's daughter, and the... See more » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Vojin Cetkovic ... Mane Kujundzija

Katarina Radivojevic ... Zona Zamfirova
Dragan Nikolic ... Hadzi Zamfir

Milena Dravic ... Tasana
Radmila Zivkovic ... Doka

Nikola Djuricko ... Perica

Sloboda Micalovic ... Vaska
Nebojsa Ilic ... Manulac (as Nebojsa Cile Ilic)
Branimir Brstina ... Jordan
Danica Maksimovic ... Persa
Ruzica Sokic ... Taska
Jelica Sretenovic ... Kaliopa
Svetlana Bojkovic ... Jevda
Ana Franic ... Izmecarka Vasilija
Predrag Ejdus ... Francisek
Tihomir Stanic ... Stevan Sremac
Aleksandar Marinkovic ... Pajica
Marija Vickovic ... Kalina
Sonja Krstovic ... Uranija
Bojana Bambic ... Gena
Vladimir Crvenkovic ... Pote
Aleksandar Mihailovic ... Kote
Mihajlo 'Bata' Paskaljevic ... Fenjerdzija (as Mihajlo-Bata Paskaljevic)
Mladen Nedeljkovic ... Novinar
Biljana Krstic ... Ajsa ... pevacica
Jana Milosavljevic ... Mala Zona
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ljubisa Barovic ... Gmitrac
Dragana Ilic
Milan Nakov
Snezana Petrovic
Slavoljub Plavsic-Zvonce ... Vozac fijakera
Marija Popovic
Tatjana Rancic
Emil Suceska ... Jovan
Ratomir Vasiljevic ... Amet alvadzija

Directed by
Zdravko Sotra 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Zdravko Sotra  adaptation
Stevan Sremac  novel "Zona Zamfirova"

Produced by
Miroslav Mitic .... producer
Dragana Tesic .... executive producer
Original Music by
Nenad Milosavljevic 
Cinematography by
Veselko Krcmar 
Film Editing by
Petar Putnikovic 
Production Design by
Miodrag Nikolic 
Art Direction by
Vojislav Orsic 
Costume Design by
Nada Todorovic 
Makeup Department
Vidosava Biro .... makeup artist
Jelena Djordjevic .... makeup artist
Slavica Lugomirski .... makeup artist
Stanislava Zaric .... makeup artist (as Stanislava Zaric-Cana)
Production Management
Rodoljub Djokovic .... unit manager
Danko Rapajic .... unit production manager
Radmilo Stefanovic .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sergej Beokovic .... second assistant director
Ratiborka Ceramilac .... first assistant director (as Ratiborka Duda Ceramilac)
Nikola Jankovic .... third assistant director
Art Department
Slobodan Miric .... property master
Vuko Perovic .... set designer
Sound Department
Djordje Djurovic .... sound
Ivaylo Natzev .... studio sound engineer
Camera and Electrical Department
Dragan Djordjevic .... crane operator trainee
Sasa Djordjevic .... crane operator
Vojkan Gostiljac .... camera operator
Milorad Mijatovic .... focus puller
Drasko Pejanovic .... assistant camera
Zdravko Simojlovic .... gaffer
Vuk Soplanda .... crane operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Natasa Kasubovic .... assistant costume designer
Milan Perisic .... assistant costume designer
Natasa Tomasevic .... wardrobe
Danijela Vukadinovic .... wardrobe
Editorial Department
Todor G. Todorov .... colorist

Production CompaniesDistributors
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104 min | Germany:97 min (Filmfest Hamburg)
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Did You Know?

One of the two all-time top grossing movies in Serbia other one being A Tight Spot (1982)See more »
Zona Zamfirova:Ti si moje kuce u casire.
Mane Kujundzija:A ti moja pobegulja.
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17 out of 21 people found the following review useful.
festivalous!, 16 February 2006
Author: gospodinBezkrai from Plovdiv, Thrace, Bulgaria

this is a lovely portrait of the patriarchal balkan society of ottoman times! (it is set in late 1880s, some 10 years after Serbia acquired the Nis area, but European modernity hasn't quite come yet!) or a myth about it. beautiful myth of the festivity and colourfulness of the bygone times, a myth that every people on earth needs! I am so glad that we also acquired one, and so well made (the dialogue, the set, the costumes, the soundtrack!), and done true to our own spirit (the dialogue, the body language!!!)! Indeed, being an internationally overlooked region has this among its advantages - we didn't have Hollywood making our myths! cf. Braveheart for the Scottish and so many other examples

and I say "we", because this portrait will easily be recognised as "own" in any of the Balkan countries! When I was showing it to a friend from far off Cyprus and she exclaimed in surprise "oh! your countries are really like this? but it looks the same as us!!!". yes, unfortunately the walls of hot and cold war have been impenetrable ever since those 1880s until very recently! today we have the first chances to rediscover our neighbours.

I think bulgarians will especially enjoy listening to the language. It is much lighter to understand for the unaccustomed than standard Serbian, yet familiar words are delivered with a charming softening of the consonants and the quince-taste intonation patterns of the Serbian language! (some local commentators mentioned that the dialect is not performed very well by the non-native to the area actors.)

Heh, almost everyone discusses language! Indeed, as colourful as is the visual, twice as much is the beauty of expression! This is typical for the XIX. century Balkans and for our "national classics" of literature. Unfortunately, it is not humanly possible to translate, but still I warmly recommend Zona Zamfirova to foreigners! Even if you miss on everything else, the brave eye-flirt between the two young, and the excited help of their friends for the good of love will make you remember your own first 'falling in love' and it will have your heart beat!

PS: I speak of myths, but the film is based on a novel of the time (looks like a satire on the then contemporary patriarchal society?), and I am very excited to read it soon!

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