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Remake (2003)

| Drama, History, War | 2004 (USA)
The parallel coming-of-age stories of a father living in Sarajevo during World War II and his son living through the Siege of Sarajevo during the Bosnian War.

Director:

Dino Mustafic

Writer:

Zlatko Topcic
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ermin Bravo ... Tarik Karaga
Aleksandar Seksan Aleksandar Seksan ... Miro Jovanovic
Ermin Sijamija ... Ahmed Karaga, mladi
Dejan Acimovic Dejan Acimovic ... Vojvoda Miso
Lucija Serbedzija Lucija Serbedzija ... Eva Bebek
Slaven Knezovic ... Marko Kalaba
Helena Minic Helena Minic ... Alma Dizdarevic
Jasna Diklic Jasna Diklic ... Desa Jovanovic
Miralem Zupcevic Miralem Zupcevic ... Ahmed Karaga, stari (as Miralem Zubcevic)
Zijah Sokolovic Zijah Sokolovic ... Mirsad Alihodzic
Evelyne Bouix Evelyne Bouix ... Katrin Leconte
François Berléand ... Francois-Charles Leconte
Haris Begovic Haris Begovic ... Adis Dizdarevic
Izudin Bajrovic Izudin Bajrovic ... Jovo
Emir Hadzihafizbegovic ... Zeljko
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Storyline

With an interval of fifty years in between (1943-1993), the film brings experience of World War II and the Siege of Sarajevo during the Bosnian War. Remake tells two tragic stories in one. Before the onset of war in Bosnia, young writer Tarik sent a screenplay to a competition in France (the story of his father Ahmed, who experienced the outbreak of World War II in Sarajevo). Later, he is captured by the Serbian Army and is subjected to the cruel conditions of a labour camp. With help of the UN, he manages to get out of the besieged city and goes to Paris because a famous French film producer is interested in his script. Remake is however more than a war film. It is also a coming-of-age drama, with scenes in which Ahmed and Tarik go out with their friends, have fun, fall in love. Written by John Stevenson

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Drama | History | War

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Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino praised the film. See more »

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Ahmed Karaga, stari: In this country always the same, what has been done, will be done, what was done before, will be done in the future, there is no end to it.
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Hazurila
Performed by Adi Lukovac feat. Dunja Rihtman
Produced by Adi Lukovac
Written by Adi Lukovac
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What a movie!
2 March 2020 | by cinematicmanuelSee all my reviews

It's a great film about the Bosnian War. It fully represents the atmosphere of that time, the life of people during the war. Must watch at least once in a lifetime!


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Language:

Bosnian | French | English | Croatian | Serbian

Release Date:

2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Rimejk See more »

Filming Locations:

Paris, France See more »

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Budget:

$20,000,000 (estimated)
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Dolby Digital

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Color
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