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When I Grow Up, I'll Be a Kangaroo (2004)

Kad porastem bicu Kengur (original title)
During one peculiar night, the lives of several interconnected people are changed, as they rapidly experience love, disappointment, joy, greed and remorse.


Radivoje Andric
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sergej Trifunovic ... Braca
Marija Karan ... Iris
Nebojsa Glogovac ... Zivac
Boris Milivojevic ... Somi
Gordan Kicic ... Sumpor
Nikola Vujovic ... Duje
Lazar Strugar Lazar Strugar ... Avaks
Miodrag Fisekovic Miodrag Fisekovic ... Hibrid
Mladen Andrejevic ... Cile
Boris Komnenic Boris Komnenic ... Doktor
Srdjan Miletic Srdjan Miletic ... Toma Baksuz
Nikola Djuricko ... Kengur, golman
Olga Odanovic Olga Odanovic ... Gospodja Rada
Petar Kralj Petar Kralj ... Zunjic
Milos Samolov Milos Samolov ... Burgija


The film consists of three parallel stories that are interwoven and played in Vozdovac. In the first story, Braca tries to seduce Iris, a model from the city center. Although they try not to be "two worlds" they certainly are. In another story, Dule i Somi, in the football match Eastwich - Manchester, they bet on Eastwich because their goalkeeper is a close friend. The third story takes place on the roof of the skyscraper where Avaks and Hybrid, proponents of the philosophy of "most cost effective when I'm sitting in the house - no income, but no expenses", spending the day doing nothing, expecting something to happen. Something happened - an unusual occurrence Avaks saw in the sky ... Written by Nikola Popovic

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The best director for the young generation
6 March 2005 | by Henry_hui_huiSee all my reviews

I have just seen the movie, presented by its director Radivoe Andric, at the Sofia Film Fest and I'm still missing words to describe it. He is definitely the only director from East Europe, who creates contemporary movies, that all young people and not only young people can enjoy. Screenplay is creative and vigorous, dialog is smashing, at some places You might need a respirator. This is definitely a step forward after Munje. The movie is based on three different stories, that unfold in such a manner, that You rarely see in the movies anymore. And nobody would expect such ending. A masterpiece of its own. I wish I could bring all the Bulgarian directors to see that movie and learn how to be adequate for the audience. Once again, Thank You for the sincere pleasure.

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Release Date:

25 March 2004 (Serbia and Montenegro) See more »

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120 sa 80 See more »


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Yodi Movie Craftsman See more »
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Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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