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Novogodisnja pljacka (1997)

Lifelong rivalry between police inspector and professional criminal escalates on New Years Eve, 1990.

Director:

Drazen Zarkovic

Writers:

Goran Tribuson (story), Drazen Zarkovic
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Bozidar Oreskovic Bozidar Oreskovic ... Vinko Novak
Snjezana Tribuson Snjezana Tribuson ... Saleslady
Damir Mejovsek Damir Mejovsek ... Santa Claus
Zarko Potocnjak Zarko Potocnjak ... Franjo Matek Fantomas
Zeljko Mavrovic Zeljko Mavrovic ... Ivo Fabunaric Tarzan
Damir Stanic Damir Stanic ... Passing Family
Djurdja Zemljic Djurdja Zemljic ... Passing family #2
Danijel Stanic Danijel Stanic ... Passing Family
Drazen Zarkovic Drazen Zarkovic ... Policeman on Square
Robert Orhel Robert Orhel ... Policeman on Square
Zizi Zizi ... Zizi
Danijela Trbovic Danijela Trbovic ... TV anchor
Vlasta Knezovic Vlasta Knezovic ... Vilma Novak
Jasna Bilusic Jasna Bilusic ... Ira Novak
Lucija Stamac Lucija Stamac ... Ivana Novak
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Lifelong rivalry between police inspector and professional criminal escalates on New Years Eve, 1990.

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Comedy

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Country:

Croatia

Language:

Serbo-Croatian

Release Date:

29 December 1997 (Croatia) See more »

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The movie was originally set in present-day Croatia, but the Croatian Ministry of Interiors officials didn't like the script that ridiculed their force, so they refused to allow actors to wear police uniforms. The producers were forced to move the plot to the Communist era to get the old police uniforms. See more »

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Very deep and touching comedy reflecting zeitgeist.
7 July 1999 | by Tomi-11See all my reviews

I was surprised to see that someone is capable of expressing so many reflections of modern rush-times we live in, perplexed with everlasting questions of life, death, sense of life and everything. Frankly, I found scene with police officer ripping off pig's ear one of the most touching in history of motion pictures. Definitely worth watching.


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