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Sasa, a Belgrade University law student, tells her parents that she and her boyfriend Stefan are moving to Canada. That same night Sasa and Stefan suffer a car accident. Sasa wakes up in hospital and meets Stefan's charming and clever sister Lana, a photographer living in Paris. Stefan remains in hospital to recover. Sasa finds out that her mother Lila is having an affair. Her father, a well-known judge, desperately tries to keep the family together. Lana becomes Sasa's closest friend - a person able to prove that life is sometimes a mere game. In the midst of historical and family chaos, Sasa gets involved in a love relationship with her boyfriend's sister. Written by
The movie is nice. It's a very sad story, but all of us can learn something from it. I'm glad that Mira Furlan is playing again in Serbian movies, because she's great actress.
My humbly opinion, Ana Franic is one of best Serbian female actresses. The movie is very nice and I've enjoy it! Keep up the good work, Ana! Does anyone could upload her photo at IMDb? I've saw her in serbain sitcom 'Mjesoviti brak' playing role of Daca, and I can say that she's doing a great job. I've also saw her in Belgrade theater in play called 'Tri sorele'. Great show!
The director of 'Disi duboko' is very bright, and he's career is promising. All in all this is a great movie.
P.S. Her role in Kornjo komuna is priceless. You must see it, as soon as possible.
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