In this sequel of "We Are Not Angels", a highly successful Yugoslavian comedy, a former playboy must cope with his daughter's adolescence, as well as numerous boys that keep knocking at her...
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The story takes place in Nis, towards the end of the nineteenth century, during the calm down of the stormy historic events which led to final liberation of southern Serbian parts from ... See full summary »
This movie is mainly a love story, and the scenery is the first day of the civil war in ex Yugoslavia (June 1991). The main character is Ratko, an ex con, from some Bosnian "never go there"... See full summary »
Srdjan 'Zika' Todorovic,
A homophobic, middle-aged, Serbian gangster ends up sacrificing himself to protect Gay freedom in his country. RADMILO (35) and MIRKO (30) are young and successful gay couple, and they ... See full summary »
1993 Serbia is a place torn by hyperinflation and economic disaster. Milan, an avid fan of FC Partizan, lives with his painter friend and makes money by selling his paintings to the "new ... See full summary »
Urban comedy, happening during a night in Belgrade. Mare, Pop and Gojko are three friends who grew up together. Mare and Pop have always been musicians, while Gojko (who was harassed by ... See full summary »
In this sequel of "We Are Not Angels", a highly successful Yugoslavian comedy, a former playboy must cope with his daughter's adolescence, as well as numerous boys that keep knocking at her doors. A worried father thinks she may get in type of troubles he used to cause when he was just the age of her wooers.Written by
The names on the wooden shoe molds used by Milan (Miki Manojlovic) for beating his children are Srdjan, Dusan and Mateja, which stands for Srdjan Dragojevic (director), Dusan Joksimovic (DP) and Srdjan's son Mateja. See more »
Sofija's birthday is in summer, as depicted in the beginning of the film and in a flashback sequence. However, at the end of We Are Not Angels she's born on New Year's Eve (which in Serbia is in wintertime). See more »
I don't know....but i'm in the group of people who really enjoyed in this movie. The first part is only OK, but the second has some originality in the recent and past Serbian cinematography. Dragojevic showed once again that he has a great talent, and surely deserves a nickname "Serbian Tarantino". This is a teenage comedy, but it has some scenes which are not really for the kids :). Story is maybe not-attractive and boring, but from the psychological point of view - is very complex and funny :). It is simple, refreshing and relaxing, but it has some elements which are not approved from conservative movie consumers....
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