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Sve dzaba (2006)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 1 December 2006 (Serbia)
Goran is 30, living in a small Bosnian town. Unlike his friends, whose lives have been seriously altered by war (his best friend Miro lost both his arms in the war), Goran got away from it ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rakan Rushaidat ...
Goran
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Miro
Franjo Dijak ...
Josip
Enis Beslagic ...
Marko
Daria Lorenci ...
Marija
Adnan Pilav ...
Sin
Dolores Dodik ...
Kcer
Vlado Jokanovic ...
Komsija Mijo
Vanessa Glodjo ...
Sanja (as Vanesa Glodjo)
Mladen Marjanovic ...
Svecenik
Vanja Drach ...
Fara
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Skladistar
Almir Kurt ...
Meho
Emir Rozajac ...
Djecak
Josip Pejakovic ...
Brko
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Goran is 30, living in a small Bosnian town. Unlike his friends, whose lives have been seriously altered by war (his best friend Miro lost both his arms in the war), Goran got away from it almost untouched. He lives off his parents' inheritance and spends his days boozing with his buddies. One day, all his friends get killed in a drunken altercation. This throws him completely off his routine, and he decides to sell all his belongings and start doing something memorable. He ends up going from town to town, spending one day in each of them, and handing away completely free drinks, for as long as the money he got after selling all his belongings lasts. In the first town he visits with his travelling bar, he decides that he himself won't drink a drop of alcohol on the entire journey. He is initially stymied by the huge distrust of people upon seeing the sign "All for Free". The distrust almost always results in initial hostility, but after the people see he has no dishonest intentions, ... Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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Zelene Su Bile Oci Te
Written by Sasa Losic
Performed by Plavi Orkestar
Courtesy of Croatia Records
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A lifelike sombre Bosnian story with an acceptable ending.
22 August 2006 | by (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – See all my reviews

I had the chance to catch the movie at the premiere screening at the Sarajevo Film Festival and it was definitely worth the time.

This Croatian / Bosnian / Serbian co-production seems to have brought together some of the finest actors from the region giving the movie that quite recognizable Yugoslavian flavour in front as well as behind the cameras (one can only guess).

This unpretentious story gave us the chance to see a lot of the actors in an entirely new light and to finally see that they actually CAN act and have been victims of type-casting that made it impossible for them to show what they can really do.

Kudos to the writers on avoiding the question of nationalities and simply dealing with the common everyday folk. This may seem artificial for people who have never been in contact with this region but it is actually a down to earth vision of a land filled with people having no real aims in their life... or do they? Definitely a movie not to be overlooked. (8/10)


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