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Igmanski mars (1983)

Igman March is known as the 'second offensive'. After the fall of the Uzice Republic, for strengthening the grouping of enemies in December 1941, in the small town of Rudo in Bosnia, formed... See full summary »

Director:

Zdravko Sotra

Writers:

Zivojin Gavrilovic (novel), Slobodan Stojanovic (adaptation)
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Credited cast:
Tihomir Arsic Tihomir Arsic ... Cajka
Zeljka Cvjetan
Branislav Lecic Branislav Lecic ... Spanac
Milan Strljic Milan Strljic ... Djordje
Velimir 'Bata' Zivojinovic ... Badza
Slavko Stimac ... Gane Truba
Aleksandar Bercek ... Doktor Relja
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Boro Begovic Boro Begovic ... Bosanski seljak
Jordanco Cevrevski Jordanco Cevrevski
Nada Djurevska Nada Djurevska ... Crnogorka
Lepomir Ivkovic Lepomir Ivkovic ... Komadant crnogorske jedinice
Rastislav Jovic Rastislav Jovic ... Mitja
Milutin 'Mima' Karadzic Milutin 'Mima' Karadzic ... Domobran (as Milutin Karadzic)
Nikola Kojo ... Jovica
Miodrag 'Miki' Krstovic Miodrag 'Miki' Krstovic ... Doktor Spanac (as Miodrag Krstovic)
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Igman March is known as the 'second offensive'. After the fall of the Uzice Republic, for strengthening the grouping of enemies in December 1941, in the small town of Rudo in Bosnia, formed the First Proletarian Brigade, the first regular units of the National Liberation Army of Yugoslavia. One of her first major trials is Igman march known as the 'Second offensive'. In late January 1942 immediately after the formation of the brigade to mountain Romanija found itself in an environment of strong German forces and that would put us in the best great number enemy forces, supreme headquarters in consultation with the staff of the brigade decided that the majority of the Yugoslav partisans must not exceed the Igman mountain near the city of Sarajevo. The task is anything but easy because of the extreme cold and strong wind. The plan was to pass near Sarajevo itself, over Mount Igman, according to the liberated city of Foca, where he broke the supreme headquarters with Tito. The march was ... Written by krule88

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A interpretation of the suffering of the Partisan army
3 January 2005 | by Nemanja_GajicSee all my reviews

At the end of January, in 1942. the First Proletarian brigade is surrounded by strong enemy forces on the Romanija mountain.Partisan headquarters brings a dangerous decision,only possible one. They should go near Sarajevo, over Igman mountain, towards the liberated Foca.

The Igman march was carried out during the night between 27. and 28. January, under the heavy snow and cold. That march became legendary, and forty frozen fighters were transfered to Foca hospital. There, they bravely endured superhuman pains during the amputation of frozen body parts without anesthesia or proper equipment...

Instead on fighting,the film is observing the recovery of injured partisans,which is at least as horrible and painful as combat.


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Country:

Yugoslavia

Language:

Serbo-Croatian

Release Date:

27 June 1983 (Yugoslavia) See more »

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Igmanski marš See more »

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