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Donau, Duna, Dunaj, Dunav, Dunarea (2003)

As the ship Donau makes its final journey from Vienna to the Black Sea, a young man sworn to fulfill a dying woman's wish lures a reluctant captain into a new adventure.

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Credited cast:
Svetozar Cvetkovic ...
Nicola
Denisa Dér ...
Tanja
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Jasmin
Vladimir Goryanskiy ...
Giorgi (as Vladimir Goryansky)
Christi Jacob ...
Rom
Annabelle Mandeng ...
Mathilda
Florin Piersic ...
Mircea
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Franz
Sonja Savic ...
Tamara
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Bruno
Dusan Tadic
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Braut
Benjamin Zeppelzauer ...
Michael
Bojan Zirovic
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As the ship Donau makes its final journey from Vienna to the Black Sea, a young man sworn to fulfill a dying woman's wish lures a reluctant captain into a new adventure.

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24 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Dunaj  »

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pretentious piece of crap
12 January 2007 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I saw that film here in Germany at a film festival. It's a pointless mishmash of would-be characterisations, hinted-at back stories, and childish play with symbolisms and metaphors. It succeeds at creating a sort of heavy summer-dream atmosphere - but what use is that without an actual story. Fittingly, the actors act their characters like they are figments of a dream, lifeless and without motivation - doing that they are probably just acting in self-defence, because they, too, apparently couldn't find any point in the script.

As a "dream", the film with its proto-characters and its atmosphere might have been a decent short film, but it's at least 60 minutes too long for that - 60 minutes you could easily have cut from the film without hurting either the atmosphere or the would-be story.

"Donau, Duna, Dunaj, Dunav, Dunarea" - like most German art house films, unfortunately - is pretentious to the n-th degree. It tries to convince the audience that it is high art, but it isn't. It's not even a film.


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