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Tito and Me (1992)

Tito i ja (original title)
A 10-year-old boy goes through variety of silly situations and confusions during the peak of Marshal Tito's cult of personality in 1950's Yugoslavia.


Goran Markovic


Goran Markovic
2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Dimitrije Vojnov Dimitrije Vojnov ... Zoran
Lazar Ristovski ... Raja
Predrag 'Miki' Manojlovic ... Otac (as Predrag Manojlovic)
Anica Dobra ... Majka
Olivera Markovic Olivera Markovic ... Baka
Bogdan Diklic ... Teca
Ljiljana Dragutinovic Ljiljana Dragutinovic ... Tetka
Rade Markovic ... Deda
Vojislav 'Voja' Brajovic ... Josip Broz Tito (as Voja Brajovic)
Milutin Dapcevic Milutin Dapcevic ... Kengur
Milena Vukosav Milena Vukosav ... Jasna
Jelena Mrdak Jelena Mrdak ... Ljilja
Vesna Trivalic Vesna Trivalic ... Uciteljica
Dragan Nikolic ... Ganetov otac
Branimir Brstina Branimir Brstina ... Djurin otac


The story of a ten year old boy who, as most of the children in Yugoslavia of the 1950s can hardly imagine his life without the great national leader - marshal Tito. After winning the contest for the best composition, he is rewarded with the participation in "Tito's native land" march. This march will be a difficult temptation for him. Unaccustomed to nature, long walks, independent living and harassed by the teacher, Stalinist, he fails, gets lost in the mountains and his life changes. Written by Jelena

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Comedy | Drama | Romance


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Growing up isn't easy.
1 February 2010 | by andrejvasiljevicSee all my reviews

"Tito i ja" or "Tito and me" is beyond any doubt one of the best Serbian movies of all times. There are several reasons for such an opinion.

It's a comedy and satire shaped movie with a serious background story concerning the values in the post WW2 Yugoslavian society. Obsession with Marshall Tito, the undisputed ruler and the political system which follows his character is the main theme, seen through a child's perspective. The main character, a 10 year old boy Zoran from Belgrade tries to find himself between his divers family, friends, girls who he starts to notice and a communist regime which infiltrates all the life's pores. Love can be confusing and Zoran will discover that during the boy scout expedition to the Tito's native village Kumrovec. A convincing performance was also given by Lazar Ristovski (Comrade Raja), a party instructed delegate whose task was to plan and execute the expedition. The cynicism and narrow minded appearance of his character does represent the true state of the communist regime and it's impact on daily life.

"Tito i ja" is also the best and probably the last good work of Goran Markovic, who for reasons unknown utterly lost his common sense and creativity after this movie, and started making rubbish.

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Release Date:

2 March 1992 (Serbia) See more »

Also Known As:

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Company Credits

Production Co:

Avala Film, Magda, Novosad See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono | Dolby Digital (Dolby 2.0)



Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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