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Hajde da se volimo 3 (1990)

The false story in the newspaper about the marriage of Lepa Brena to wealthy Australians, they will try to take advantage of various types to check the news and to get a good salary and a bet that even some fairly well and get rich.

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Stanko Crnobrnja
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Lepa Brena Lepa Brena ... Lepa Brena
Lazar Ristovski ... Miloje
Emir Hadzihafizbegovic ... Amer (as Emir Hadzihafisbegovic)
Jovan Radovanovic Jovan Radovanovic ... Jova (as Jova Radovanovic)
Nikola Kojo
Dragan Bjelogrlic ... Vanja
Ivana Zigon Ivana Zigon
Predrag Ejdus Predrag Ejdus ... Sudija Rade
Bogdan Diklic
Semka Sokolovic-Bertok Semka Sokolovic-Bertok ... Amerova majka (as Semka Sokolovic)
Josif Tatic Josif Tatic ... Djura
Rahela Ferari Rahela Ferari
Ivan Bekjarev
Milutin 'Mima' Karadzic Milutin 'Mima' Karadzic ... (as Milutin Karadzic)
Aljosa Vuckovic Aljosa Vuckovic
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The false story in the newspaper about the marriage of Lepa Brena to wealthy Australians, they will try to take advantage of various types to check the news and to get a good salary and a bet that even some fairly well and get rich.

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Comedy | Musical

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One of the worst movies ever
9 December 2004 | by ereinionSee all my reviews

This charade of a movie was made for one and one purpose only:to be a showcase for Lepa Brena, the greatest "diva" of Yugoslav showbiz at that time. However, perhaps inevitably, it became one of the worst movies to be produced in ex-Yugoslavia and in movie history altogether. The acting is horrible, the jokes are awful and only thing that might make you watch it are the wonderful landscapes of Montenegro where this was shot and the physical attributes of miss Brena herself and her female co-star. Dragan Bjelogrlic and Nikola Kojo, here obviously too young to know their good, are simply wasted here and don't succeed in pulling this movie up in quality and watch ability. Emir Hadzihafizbegovic (probably the longest name in acting industry!) and Lazar Ristovski are poor and unintentionally laughable as the comic relief.

So this is a clear 1. It can't deserve anything better. It's only sad that films like these had to happen to such a high standard movie industry as Yugoslavia's was.


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Country:

Yugoslavia

Language:

Serbo-Croatian

Release Date:

19 November 1990 (Yugoslavia) See more »

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D.P. FIVET, Kikinda See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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