Great story about Belgrade and new generations in it, in the very last days of Milosevic dictatorship
Natasha is young Serbian girl, daughter of honest policeman killed by mafia, which reaches to the highest levels of Milosevic regime. Natasha is full of rage, determined to pursuit her own justice (be aware - this is not some cliché - her way is vary unique and claver). She is tied with various characters, confused in confusing times - dawn of Milosevic falling from power.
Honest and clever story. With a little bit of politics, romance, drama and thriller. Great cast - Tijana Kondic as Natasa (her first movie!) and vary convincing Nikola Djuricko as Marko and Neda Arneric, as Natasha's mother. Even Dragan Bjelogrlic as Aca (corrupted chief of police) is not bad as usual;). And, of course, Zoran Cvijanovic as Milutin - master of short roles again on film! He is truly one of the best European actors.
And one big minus for the film - pathetic ending. So usual for Ljubisa Samardzic (director). Yet another solid film, as Skyhook, shadowed with those unnecessary endings.
All at all - 8/10.
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