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The plot follows the story of Zona Zamfirova (Katarina Radivojevic), a local rich man's daughter, and the vicissitudes of her affair with Mane (Vojin Cetkovic), an ordinary goldsmith. As it... See full summary »

Director:

Zdravko Sotra

Writers:

Zdravko Sotra (adaptation), Stevan Sremac (novel)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Vojin Cetkovic Vojin Cetkovic ... Mane Kujundzija
Katarina Radivojevic ... Zona Zamfirova
Dragan Nikolic ... Hadzi Zamfir
Milena Dravic ... Tasana
Radmila Zivkovic Radmila Zivkovic ... Doka
Nikola Djuricko ... Perica
Sloboda Micalovic ... Vaska
Nebojsa Ilic Nebojsa Ilic ... Manulac (as Nebojsa Cile Ilic)
Branimir Brstina Branimir Brstina ... Jordan
Danica Maksimovic Danica Maksimovic ... Persa
Ruzica Sokic Ruzica Sokic ... Taska
Jelica Sretenovic Jelica Sretenovic ... Kaliopa
Svetlana Bojkovic Svetlana Bojkovic ... Jevda
Ana Franic Ana Franic ... Izmecarka Vasilija
Predrag Ejdus Predrag Ejdus ... Francisek
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The plot follows the story of Zona Zamfirova (Katarina Radivojevic), a local rich man's daughter, and the vicissitudes of her affair with Mane (Vojin Cetkovic), an ordinary goldsmith. As it was undesirable for the daughter of a rich man to marry a craftsman, the two are at first divided, with the possibility of Zona marrying the son of other rich people, Manulac. Everything is, however, changed as Mane organizes a successful conspiracy to keep Zona for himself. Written by Ana

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Trivia

One of the two all-time top grossing movies in Serbia other one being A Tight Spot (1982) See more »

Quotes

Zona Zamfirova: Ti si moje kuce u casire.
Mane Kujundzija: A ti moja pobegulja.
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Soundtracks

NANE
By Nenad Milosavljevic
Performed by Snezana Spasic
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Language matter
12 October 2004 | by rajkovicSee all my reviews

I agree the English translation is poor. I see just one possible reason: unfamiliarity with the dialect that actors speak. Serbs in general speak well English and people that work as translators are highly professionals. I guess they simple did not understand what actors tell. Actors speak the mixture of old Slavic and Serbian with many Turkish words. I am a lucky one I do understand and speak the dialect that differs from Serbian literary language. However if we move forward from the language issue one can for instance notice: excellent costumes, music, actors that perfectly match to that time and events. One always can find weaknesses but we should search for good in all.


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Language:

Serbian | Czech

Release Date:

31 October 2002 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) See more »

Also Known As:

Зона Замфирова See more »

Filming Locations:

Nis, Serbia See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (Filmfest Hamburg)

Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color
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