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When it comes to crime, Belgrade is same as any other modern metropolis, except for having its own serial killers. That blank is filled when a flower salesman begins strangling women. A popular, but very disturbed rock star soon becomes telepathically connected with the killer.Written by
Dragan Antulov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The movie was narrated by Ljerka Drazenovic, a former news reader and host of Radio Studio B. The Belgrade, Serbia-based radio station was hugely popular in 1980s with its casual type of talk show programming, and played both domestic and international pop and rock music. The real Studio B facilities were used for filming of the scenes in which one of the leading characters, Sofija Mackic (portrayed by Sonja Savic), is running her ficticious radio show. See more »
While being introduced in the radio show Spiridon Kopicl corrects Sofija for wrongly accenting his last name, then in a later scene he screams his name in the street, accenting it the same way Sofija did before he corrected her. See more »
Making fun of one city's urge to become metropolis, at the time that eventually became known as vintage for Belgrade's rock 'n' roll scene whose talented members highly contributed to this Sijan's first big urban movie after two masterpieces placed in rural ("Ko to tamo peva") and small town ("Maratonci...") surroundings.
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