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Pusca Bistra (2005)

After a series of unfortunate events, TV subscription collector Pero falls into a deep emotional crisis from which he cannot escape. His only goal is - spiritual peace and, if possible - ... See full summary »

Director:

Filip Sovagovic

Writer:

Filip Sovagovic
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Enes Vejzovic Enes Vejzovic ... Pero
Mladen Vulic Mladen Vulic ... Folnegovic
Ranko Zidaric Ranko Zidaric ... Surla
Dragan Despot Dragan Despot ... Tajkun
Natalija Djordjevic Natalija Djordjevic ... Mariola
Jelena Miholjevic Jelena Miholjevic ... Kuna
Anja Sovagovic-Despot Anja Sovagovic-Despot ... Margarinka (as Anja Sovagovic)
Predrag 'Predjo' Vusovic Predrag 'Predjo' Vusovic ... Zvonaric
Zeljko Vukmirica Zeljko Vukmirica ... Timor
Branko Menicanin Branko Menicanin ... Zamor
Danko Ljustina Danko Ljustina ... Sef sale
Bojan Navojec Bojan Navojec ... Portir
Slavko Brankov Slavko Brankov ... Tuba-Truba
Nenad Cvetko Nenad Cvetko ... Papinjo zdero
Radovan Ruzdjak Radovan Ruzdjak ... Stef
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After a series of unfortunate events, TV subscription collector Pero falls into a deep emotional crisis from which he cannot escape. His only goal is - spiritual peace and, if possible - revenge. People he holds responsible are randomly chosen citizens of the Pusca Bistra village. After he accidentally finds out certain facts, Pero finds irrefutable evidence about undignified acts of Pusca's citizens and accidentally blackmails the entire village.

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extremely boring movie
22 January 2006 | by octavie-1See all my reviews

I have watched movie today on national television for 20 minutes. There are few movies I've turned off before they ended. Pusca Bistra is one of them. Filip Sovagovic's excursion in directing is huge mistake. Hope he will not write or direct again or he can ruin reputation he made as an actor. Zeljko Vukmirica as cop accomplished good role. Ivica Vidovic as Joza is fantastic, as always. Unfortunately, this was not enough to fill out holes in script and directing. Other actors failed to show anything except bad theatrical acting. Maybe Bojan Navojec achieved interesting role as a receptionist with strange sexual views. It was hard to watch. Attempt to show provincialism finished as provincial art.


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Country:

Croatia

Language:

Serbo-Croatian | Croatian

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17 July 2005 (Croatia) See more »

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