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Absolute Hundred (2001)

Apsolutnih sto (original title)
Igor Gordic was an Olympic Champion in shooting, but now he is a junky without money and in debts to mafia. Sasa is his younger brother and he is getting ready for the next World ... See full summary »

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Srdan Golubovic
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Vuk Kostic Vuk Kostic ... Sasa Gordic
Srdjan 'Zika' Todorovic ... Igor Gordic (as Srdjan Todorovic)
Paulina Manov Paulina Manov ... Sanja
Sasa Ali Sasa Ali ... Cvika
Bogdan Diklic ... Trener
Milorad Mandic-Manda Milorad Mandic-Manda ... Rundja
Dragan Petrovic-Pele Dragan Petrovic-Pele ... Neske (as Dragan Petrovic)
Slavko Labovic Slavko Labovic ... Tip 1
Boris Isakovic ... Beli
Andrej Sreckovic Andrej Sreckovic ... Tip 2
Vladan Dujovic Vladan Dujovic ... Crni
Mrdjan Ognjanovic Mrdjan Ognjanovic ... Konobar
Dusan Savcic Dusan Savcic ... Telohranitelj
Snezana Djordjevic Snezana Djordjevic ... Sekretarica
Mia Bajkovic Mia Bajkovic ... Devojka 1
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Igor Gordic was an Olympic Champion in shooting, but now he is a junky without money and in debts to mafia. Sasa is his younger brother and he is getting ready for the next World Championship. Since he's not getting enough terms to practice indoors, he's decided to go out and find himself a target to practice on. Written by <Nixon(nixona16@yahoo.com>

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Great acting, great drama!
27 November 2004 | by pelfadSee all my reviews

The entire cast, particularly, Vuk Kostic gave great performances that were both realistic and plausible. Most of the gangsters roles were pretty one dimensional; would have been nice to see other sides of the bullies.

Most of the reviews I had read about the film centre on whether or not it was right/ wrong for Sasa to turn chivalrous vigilante and defend his brother. his seems more in line with the culture in the Balkans where defense of honour and family are more important there than in many other parts of western Europe and the US.

Throughout most of the film I despised Igor for putting his brother through the whole experience and it was only at the end when Igor opens up to Sasa, about his experiences during the war that I begin to feel for him and understand his inability to fight back.

The choice of New Belgrade as the location was great, told a visual story about life in a part of Belgrade and could have been any concrete social housing complex in any European capital.

Definitely a film worth seeing; great acting, great plot and real drama.


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Language:

Serbian

Release Date:

6 September 2001 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Belgrade, Serbia

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Dolby Digital

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2.35 : 1
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