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It's a pretty good movie, surely worth of watching. I've started watching Serbian movies and I must say that Serbian actors and actresses are very talented. The one I noticed in this movie is Milos Samolov. He is really amazing, not just in this movie. I'm not a big fan of Gordan Kicic. As I watch his new movie, I get the feeling like he could do better. Let's see another movie and then judge :p The best scene is when the old guy is giving interesting advice at the train station to the Gordan, really impressive. Trifunovic is this weird guy, played it really well, will he be as successful as his big brother? I hope so. 10/10
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