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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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,
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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
Vladimir Mancic was hired to conceive and produce "a making of" documentary as one of the most promising students of the faculty of the dramatic arts in Belgrade. His script included cast members doing testimonials sitting on the shrink's (Zoran Cvijanovic) couch. However, producer and director found the material too intellectual and 'not mainstream enough' and requested Mancic to insert more of the lowbrow humor, dirty jokes and swearwords from different outtakes. Failing to do so, Mancic found himself uncredited both on the movie cast list and on the documentary cast list. 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 »
The film is OK, but Mi Nismo Andjeli 1 was better. The second part is funny, but I didn't like the story. Actually, there WASN'T a story-nothing really happened!!! I didn't really get it-the father worries about his daughter. And that's about-it? I had a good time watching it, but I really expected more, I mean, all those commercials all over the town... I got a little disappointed. The effects were great, which is pretty unusual for our films, and the humor was great, too, I was really laughing most of the time, although there were lots of jokes which were used from the first part and I think that's what made it so funny. But I still think people overreacted about it-it's not as great as the first part was. But, OK, I guess, the film is OK.
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