A life in a small coastal town in Dalmatia, Croatia, seen through the prism of the local chronicler-amateur and his writings, during the periods before and after WW2.


Miljenko Smoje




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Series cast summary:
Asja Kisic Asja Kisic ...  Bepina 14 episodes, 1969-1971
Mirko Vojkovic Mirko Vojkovic ...  Poscer Bombista 14 episodes, 1969-1971
Karlo Bulic ...  Dotur Luigi 13 episodes, 1970-1971
Boris Dvornik Boris Dvornik ...  Roko Prc 13 episodes, 1970-1971
Mise Martinovic Mise Martinovic ...  Brico Dubrovcanin sada Pridsidnik / ... 13 episodes, 1970-1971
Antun Nalis Antun Nalis ...  Postolar Flocun sada Sekretar / ... 13 episodes, 1970-1971
Zdravka Krstulovic Zdravka Krstulovic ...  Andja Vlajina udana Prc / ... 13 episodes, 1970-1971
Stjepan Pisek Stjepan Pisek ...  Paron Antonjo - Cimavica 13 episodes, 1970-1971
Ivo Marjanovic Ivo Marjanovic ...  Dusobriznik 13 episodes, 1970-1971
Emil Kutijaro Emil Kutijaro ...  Kapitan Galileo 8 episodes, 1970-1971
Ante Soljak Ante Soljak ...  Kartas u konobi 8 episodes, 1970-1971
Berislav Mudnic Berislav Mudnic ...  Policjot / ... 7 episodes, 1970-1971
Zdenka Hersak Zdenka Hersak ...  Roza / ... 7 episodes, 1970-1971
Vladimir Medar Vladimir Medar ...  Nacelnik 6 episodes, 1970
Petar Jelaska ...  Stipe Parola 6 episodes, 1970-1971
Mate Ergovic Mate Ergovic ...  Domenico 6 episodes, 1971
Ana Reggio Ana Reggio ...  Lavandera Keka 6 episodes, 1971


A life in a small coastal town in Dalmatia, Croatia, seen through the prism of the local chronicler-amateur and his writings, during the periods before and after WW2.

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Referenced in How the War Started on My Island (1996) See more »

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16 March 2003 | by mravsky-2See all my reviews

This is, most likely, the best piece that Croatian TV has ever produced. The series still has the cult rating among the audiences of all generations and has hardly ever been approached in quality by any of the subsequent attempts in Croatian cinematography or TV production.

What makes it so excellent? Its wit, its humor, its realism, its charm, which is overwhelming, its superb (!) acting, so absent from those modern, stretched, fake, ardouous attempts to force the scenes and messages.

In those old days, I guess, the director was treating the audience as intelligent and able to think and discern for tmeselves, and so much was left for their own interpretation and interpolation. That gave this series so much extra charm. Nowdays, audience is treated as idiotic, and in need of most banal explicit explanations. They are looked differetnly and one can not detach himself from the suspicion that some quite different motivations are driving today's production.

This is an awfully nostalgic thing to watch. To those who would be able to understand and enjoy the sout Croatian dialect and its original peculiarities, will undoubtedly need a lot of tear-wiping tissues. At the end, you'll cry your shirt off!

Five stars! Most impressive. Fantastic.

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August 1969 (Yugoslavia) See more »

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Naše malo misto See more »

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Split, Croatia See more »

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Televizija Zagreb See more »
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