Katarina Andjelic, nicknamed "Cakana", lives with her two children, her brother Bata, and his daughter. She is an sculpture and painting artist, but there are not many people who can see ... See full summary »
Milan 'Lane' Gutovic
The adventures of Surda, a man in his 30's who comes from small town to Belgrade to get rich. However, no job is good for him, so he tries his luck in Germany, but this venture proves to be... See full summary »
The adventures of Paja and Jare, the two honest and good-natured truck drivers and partners in business. They meet various people while on the road, which mostly turns out bad for them, but... See full summary »
The story takes place in Nis, towards the end of the nineteenth century, during the calm down of the stormy historic events which led to final liberation of southern Serbian parts from ... See full summary »
The film tells the story of some folks in Serbia having to deal with the consequences of the war. Most of them don't have to go to the army (yet), but have to live between ruins with bombs ... See full summary »
Urban comedy, happening during a night in Belgrade. Mare, Pop and Gojko are three friends who grew up together. Mare and Pop have always been musicians, while Gojko (who was harassed by ... See full summary »
In this sequel of "We Are Not Angels", a highly successful Yugoslavian comedy, a former playboy must cope with his daughter's adolescence, as well as numerous boys that keep knocking at her... See full summary »
Ljubco Lazareski (Miki Nosonja) died while filming one scene. When he came in the morning, he complained of chest pain. Later, while filming one scene, he suffered a heart attack, and died after reanimation in 11:30am. See more »
Brilliant TV show with some of the most popular and best Serbian actors
An edifying and touching series about friendship, faith, love, life and death. It mixes both drama and humor with a bit of mystery. The story is placed in Belgrade (Serbia) and in a small village called Baranda which becomes a purgatory for some of the lost souls of the Ex Yugoslavia... Great acting, screenplay, characters and directing. The dialogues are astonishingly natural.
My private opinion is that Serbian film moves lot in it's standards during last 20 years. Definitely deserves to reach wider audience. It's greatest assets are the self-reflection and the self-irony. It doesn't afraid of find fault with the actual political cabinet. In many way it fights for rights of minority social layers as well. These are not really the main attributes of the series 'Vratice se rode', but it still reflects on many other important social issues.
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