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Some Other Stories (2010)

Neke druge price (original title)
The film is a high-concept project with five stories exploring the themes of motherhood and pregnancy, directed by women filmmakers from five former Yugoslav republics. "Croatian Story" ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Marin (segment "Hrvatska prica")
Nera Stipicevic ...
Sonja (segment "Hrvatska prica")
Mirela Brekalo ...
Antonija (segment "Hrvatska prica")
Anita Matic ...
Natasa (segment "Hrvatska prica") (as Anita Matic-Delic)
Otokar Levaj ...
Lijecnik (segment "Hrvatska prica")
Marija Kohn ...
Gospodja na parku (segment "Hrvatska prica")
Mladen Kovacic ...
Mladic na parku (segment "Hrvatska prica")
Ljubica Cuca ...
Majka (segment "Hrvatska prica")
Ranko Cuca ...
Sin (segment "Hrvatska prica")
Marko Sertic ...
Mladji sin (segment "Hrvatska prica")
Edvin Liveric ...
Gost na partiju 1 (segment "Hrvatska prica") (as Edvin Liveric-Bassani)
Matea Elezovic ...
Gost na partiju 2 (segment "Hrvatska prica")
Sanja Hrenar ...
Gost na partiju 3 (segment "Hrvatska prica")
Darko Janes ...
Gost na partiju 4 (segment "Hrvatska prica")
Maja Katic ...
Gost na partiju 5 (segment "Hrvatska prica")


The film is a high-concept project with five stories exploring the themes of motherhood and pregnancy, directed by women filmmakers from five former Yugoslav republics. "Croatian Story" follows an anguished painter who must decide whether or not to keep one of her unborn twins, diagnosed with Down syndrome. "Serbian Story" finds an expectant mother in the same emergency room with a charming killer. "Bosnia-Herzegovina Story" centers on a financially strapped Sarajevo family whose son's lover is pregnant. "Macedonian Story" unfolds in a clinic where a drug addict struggles to keep her baby, and "Slovenian Story" ends the omnibus on a humorous note with a nun who finds her own way to immaculate conception.

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pregnancy | maternity | omnibus | See All (3) »


Crime | Drama | Romance



Release Date:

30 December 2010 (Croatia)  »

Also Known As:

Inne historie  »

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Generally interesting product of five young lady directors
16 June 2010 | by (Belgrade, Serbia) – See all my reviews

According to ALISSA SIMON of "Variety", this is a high-concept omnibus film developed from an idea by Serbian film critic/producer Nenad Dukic, that brings together five shorts by young lady directors from the republics of former Yugoslavia, all incorporating pregnancy in some way. Of variable interest and varying length.

Each segment is titled simply with the name of the country in which the action takes place, and separated from the next by a brief fade to black. The episodes reflect the economic, sociological, cultural and religious differences among the various countries. Strongest in terms of craft, performance and narrative is the suspenseful "Serbian Story." Tale of an expectant mother (Natasa Ninkovic) sharing an emergency room with a charming killer (Sergej Trifunovic) offers the piquant twist of an O. Henry yarn. While "Serbian Story" seems complete as a short work, ambitious drama "Bosnia & Herzegovina Story" feels more like an open-ended treatment, with nuanced acting that suggests complexities beyond the scope of the short running time. The narrative centers on a financially strapped Sarajevo family (Bosnian stars Emir Hadzihafizbegovic and Jasna Ornela Bery play the parents) forced to find a new place to live, while the pregnancy of Dutch U.N. official Hedder (Nina Violic) by the family's proud son (handsome Feda Stukan) is more tangential to the story. Uneven "Macedonia Story" unfolds in a private clinic where a junkie (soulful-looking Iva Zendelska) battles to keep her baby. Director Dzidzeva's hyper-real visuals and poetic framing make an impression despite the risible script. The longest but least engaging of the five, melodramatic "Croatian Story" follows a mentally unstable painter (Nera Stipcevic) who must decide if she should undergo a "selective reduction" because one of her twins will have Down syndrome. Still, notable production design supports the feeling of two worlds between the painter and her businessman hubby (Goran Bogdan). Arriving last, the attenuated "Slovenian Story," about a nun (Lucija Serbedzija) with her own version of immaculate conception, ends the omnibus on an awkwardly humorous note. Performed almost as silent comedy, the segment doesn't rep Slak's best work.

In conclusion, it could be stated that the film would not attract a very large audience, but that it was definitely worth seeing.

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