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Dudes (2001)

Munje! (original title)
Urban comedy, happening during a night in Belgrade. Mare, Pop and Gojko are three friends who grew up together. Mare and Pop have always been musicians, while Gojko (who was harassed by ... See full summary »


Radivoje Andric


Srdja Andjelic (radio dialogue) (as Mjehur Ubica), Srdja Andjelic (screenplay) | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Boris Milivojevic ... Mare
Sergej Trifunovic ... Pop
Maja Mandzuka Maja Mandzuka ... Kata
Milica Vujovic Milica Vujovic ... Lola
Zoran Cvijanovic Zoran Cvijanovic ... Deda Mraz
Nebojsa Glogovac ... Pandur
Nikola Djuricko ... Gojko Sisa
Dusan Milasinovic Dusan Milasinovic ... Milance (as Dusan Milasinovic - Carli)
Dule Savic Dule Savic ... Self
Igor Brakus Igor Brakus ... Nikada nisam voleo ni mlade ni stare
Nada Andjelic Nada Andjelic ... Maretova keva
Vesna Trivalic Vesna Trivalic ... Glas Popove majke / glas Pandureve keve (voice)
Mihailo Zivotic Mihailo Zivotic ... Lolin otac
Nebojsa Stanojev Nebojsa Stanojev ... Mali Gojko
Matija Zivkovic Matija Zivkovic ... Mali Mare (as Mateja Zivkovic)


Urban comedy, happening during a night in Belgrade. Mare, Pop and Gojko are three friends who grew up together. Mare and Pop have always been musicians, while Gojko (who was harassed by them in school and nicknamed 'Sissy') became a 'guy in suit', boss of his own club and recording studio. Pop and Mare call on their friend from school days to help them release the record, but all this doesn't go so smoothly. Gojko hasn't forgotten his school days and now he is surrounded by bodyguards. On their way to the club, Mare and Pop meet false Santa Claus, 'cool' cop and of course - girls. Written by Anonymous

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First Serbian drum & bass




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Lola's phone number changes throughout the movie. It starts as 3221-847, then changes to 3221-837, and then back to 3221-847. See more »


Pop: Wait there, I' ll be right back!
Deda Mraz: I'm going too. I'm going too! I'm going too!
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Disko Dasa
Performed by SoWa' (ExtraVaGanja)
Courtesy of Branislav Kovacevic
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Brilliant entertainment!
11 October 2002 | by Fnord233See all my reviews

Reading the previous comments I am a bit surprised by people who claim that this movie would appeal only to viewers from ex-Yugoslavia. I've seen this movie during this year's Film Festival in Warsaw, Poland. And it was extremely entertaining evening, people applauded many times during the movie, laughing all the way through. This reminded me of a similar mood and life-style in POland in early 90's after the end of Communism - when first ravers organized underground parties which then turned into techno and d'n'b scene. Maybe I feel some affinity with this movie cause I'm also Slavic and former heavy party-goer, but I believe that this movie could sell well in e.g. London, Paris or New York. True, it is hedonistic-pure trip, but well-acted (particularly older actors and a main hero in glasses and raver-hat). After the screening the audience had an opportunity to meet the director - a fan of Partizan Belgrad actually and not Crvena Zvezda represented by Dulan Savic in the movie. The movie was shot digital and then transferred to 35 mm. It cost just 30,000, unbelievable - return on investment should be probably calculated in thousands of percent! If you want to see not-politically charged movie from former Yogoslavia - this is a really good choice. Absolutely recommended, and not only to panters!

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Release Date:

21 March 2001 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Belgrade, Serbia


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Company Credits

Production Co:

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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