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Vukovar se vraca kuci (1994)

| Drama, War
The story follows a group of Croatian refugees who have been forced to leave their hometown of Vukovar by Serbian forces during Croatia's struggle for independence. The people are settled ... See full summary »

Director:

Branko Schmidt

Writer:

Pavao Pavlicic
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Goran Navojec ... Vinko
Sanja Marin Sanja Marin ... Jelka
Horst Janson ... Klaun
Srdjan Ivanisevic Srdjan Ivanisevic ... Darko
Fabijan Sovagovic Fabijan Sovagovic ... Baja
Mustafa Nadarevic ... Martin
Ivo Gregurevic ... Sef
Zarko Potocnjak Zarko Potocnjak ... Jozika
Vera Zima Vera Zima ... Simunicka
Stefica Jokic Stefica Jokic ... Ana
Branimir Bakula Branimir Bakula ... Josip
Jelica Vlajki Jelica Vlajki ... Baba Kata (as Jelica Lovric)
Krunoslav Saric Krunoslav Saric ... Tuna
Stjepan Bahert Stjepan Bahert ... Svecenik
Davor Panic Davor Panic ... Vojnik
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The story follows a group of Croatian refugees who have been forced to leave their hometown of Vukovar by Serbian forces during Croatia's struggle for independence. The people are settled at a railway station in a village near Vukovar, where they live in a train which is adapted to serve as a temporary accommodation.The situation grows dim as the date of their return proves to be uncertain, and the lives of the survivors and refugees becomes more and more complicated being burdened by PTSP and strong feelings of hope to return to their homestead. Written by Kristijan Stakor

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Genres:

Drama | War

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Official submission of Croatia for the 'Best Foreign Language Film' category of the 67th Academy Awards in 1995. See more »

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Simple story of a survivor of the Vukovar Siege
20 November 2002 | by shazbot5See all my reviews

I saw this in Croatia in 94. And essentially follows a Vukovar survivor (a one legged vet) as he tries to adjust to life after the siege. There is contrast to before and after of the city, has actual siege footage, and highlights the displacement issue, and post war stress.


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Country:

Croatia

Language:

Serbian | Croatian

Also Known As:

Vukovar: The Way Home See more »

Filming Locations:

Turopolje, Croatia

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