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Reflections (1987)

Vec vidjeno (original title)
Piano teacher is deeply traumatised by the events of his childhood, as well as by political oppression in his youth. Decades later, all those traumas lead to carnage.

Director:

Goran Markovic

Writer:

Goran Markovic
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mustafa Nadarevic ... Mihailo
Anica Dobra ... Olgica
Milorad Mandic-Manda Milorad Mandic-Manda ... Zoran (as Milorad Mandic)
Bogdan Diklic ... Profesor Esperanta
Dusan Kostovski Dusan Kostovski ... Direktor
Gordana Gadzic Gordana Gadzic ... Mihailova majka
Vladimir Jevtovic Vladimir Jevtovic ... Mihailov otac
Petar Bozovic Petar Bozovic ... Stole
Mihajlo 'Bata' Paskaljevic Mihajlo 'Bata' Paskaljevic ... Olgicin otac (as Mihailo Paskaljevic)
Vesna Trivalic Vesna Trivalic ... Sluzavka
Olivera Markovic Olivera Markovic ... Zivana
Ratko Tankosic Ratko Tankosic ... Instruktor
Srdjan 'Zika' Todorovic ... Mladi Mihailo (as Srdjan Todorovic)
Dusan Zamurovic Dusan Zamurovic ... Mali Mihailo
Dragan Petrovic-Pele Dragan Petrovic-Pele ... Bobika (as Dragan Petrovic)
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Piano teacher is deeply traumatised by the events of his childhood, as well as by political oppression in his youth. Decades later, all those traumas lead to carnage. Written by Dragan Antulov <dragan.antulov@altbbs.fido.hr>

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This is the only Serbian horror film to be included in the second edition of Phil Hardy's Overlook Film Encyclopedia: Horror (1994). It is also the only Serbian horror film included among 100 EUROPEAN HORROR FILMS in the eponymous book published by BFI and edited by Steven Jay Schneider. See more »

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Featured in Serbia, Year Zero (2001) See more »

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This is so fantastic movie that I had to write a few words about it...
14 August 2001 | by nixonaSee all my reviews

In my opinion, "Vec vidjeno" is the best movie of Goran Markovic (and all of them are great), one of the best Serbian directors.

It's done in cognizable Markovic's way. The story is great (it is by Markovic, also), acting of Mustafa Nadarevic is superb, Zoran Smijanovic's music is excellent as everything else in this movie.

It is a horror movie, which is not a typical Yugoslav genre, [besides "Davitelj protiv davitelja" (which is more like comedy) and "Leptirica" I can't think of another], but it is done in a way that Hitchcock would envy.

If any film deserves the Oscar then this is the one!


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Release Date:

1987 (Yugoslavia) See more »

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