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Is It Clear, My Friend? (2000)

Je li jasno prijatelju? (original title)
A cruel world of the Yugoslavian prison during 1980s, based on real events about a man who gets life sentence for committed crime.

Director:

Dejan Acimovic

Writer:

Dejan Acimovic
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Milan Plestina Milan Plestina ... Martin
Milivoj Beader Milivoj Beader ... Emil
Ivan Brkic Ivan Brkic ... Ahmet
Ljubo Zecevic Ljubo Zecevic ... Luka
Radko Polic Radko Polic ... Upravnik zatvora (as Radko Poliè)
Filip Nola Filip Nola ... Dragan
Sreten Mokrovic Sreten Mokrovic ... Somi (as Sreten Mokroviæ)
Bozidar Oreskovic Bozidar Oreskovic ... Davor
Mustafa Nadarevic ... Nikola (as Mustafa Nadareviæ)
Ivo Gregurevic ... Slavisa (as Ivo Gregureviæ)
Denis Brizic Denis Brizic ... Joza
Bojan Navojec Bojan Navojec ... Picl
Nenad Cvetko Nenad Cvetko ... Decko
Danko Ljustina Danko Ljustina ... Debeli
Marinko Prga Marinko Prga ... Kristijan
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A cruel world of the Yugoslavian prison during 1980s, based on real events about a man who gets life sentence for committed crime.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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Suada
Written by Sasa Losic and Mladen Pavicic
Performed by Plavi Orkestar
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Naive plot, forced in every sense
25 November 2012 | by mravsky-2See all my reviews

A rather bad attempt at matching Shawshank Redemption. Very naive plot. The main character is hardly a character, as if an extra. The film is lacking a lot to even be watchable for an hour plus, and lacks any greatness. Perhaps the only noteworthy thing is the gathering of a set of really good actors, who regrettably have to embarrass themselves with participating in this weak (at best) project. At one moment some two thirds through, there appears a glimpse in the plot which promised a savings grace, but it ended in an even larger disappointment. Simply silly and naive. The appearance of Rade Serbedzija at the end, with his few sentences spoken without real mental involvement, only add to the clumsiness of the whole construction. Essentially a thumb down.


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Country:

Croatia

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Serbo-Croatian | Croatian

Release Date:

April 2001 (USA) See more »

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