This is an encounter of Hollywood and European underground in the feature of Milutin Petrovic. The film is dedicated to the work of Ljubomir Simunic, author of avantgarde films and ... See full summary »
In 1999, during the NATO bombing in Serbia, a young television editor (Boris Milivojevic) in an underground shelter - turned mental institution is having a psychiatric exploration through which he reflects his story...
For 40 year old Nikola, everyday life is just about producing the worst, the most vulgar reality shows and hidden cameras for TV. His life begins to change when he starts to mentor young ... See full summary »
Sonja, once a popular Serbian actress settled in Slovenia is on a short visit to Belgrade. She panics claiming that her daughter Sofia has been kidnapped, then disappears. Inspector ... See full summary »
This is one of the most underrated comedy ever produced in Serbia. Story is based around few young people in their 20s who live in overcrowded flat of an alcoholic housekeeper, somewhere in Belgrade in 1988. The fun start when young Montenegrin student Cikota move in, first terrify the fellow-tenant's fiancée with his misbehavior and then turn the place into warehouse for his friends, local smugglers Kiza and Komina, whose short but hilarious appearance in every episode is probably most significant part of the show. It is very little known, that local slang of 90s Belgrade urchins is actually first time displayed exactly in this show. This is truly remarkable comedy, far better than those who Serbian TV aired zillion times over and over again.
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