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In the nineties the Yugoslavia Federation falls apart in bloody wars. Perpetual student Milan, a Serb from a patriarchal community and Kenan, a Muslim cellist, are a homosexual couple living... See more »

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Mario Drmac ...
Kenan
Tarik Filipovic ...
Milan
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Ljubo
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Ranka
Haris Burina ...
Lunjo
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Novinar
Nermin Tulic ...
Pop Nemanja
Almedin Leleta ...
Alen
Almir Kurt ...
Drago
Milan Pavlovic ...
Milo
Orijana Kuncic ...
Posilna
Mirsad Zulic ...
Napadac
Mihajlo Mrvaljevic ...
Anto (as Miso Mrvaljevic)
Selma Muhedinovic ...
Marija
Rade Colovic ...
Razvodnik
Amina Begovic ...
Zena ubijenog muza
Suada Ahmetasevic ...
Zena II
Vanessa Glodjo ...
Zena u vozu (as Vanesa Glodjo)
Ahmed Svrakic ...
Komandant na konju
Mirza Tanovic ...
Policajac
Alija Agincic ...
Cetnik na pointu
Aleksandar Seksan ...
Cetnik na pointu
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Cetnik na gliseru
Ivana Perkunic ...
Prostitutka (as Ivana Perkunjic)
Enes Zlatar ...
Orkestar
Igor Camo ...
Orkestar
Dragan Rokvic ...
Orkestar
Dejan Ostojic ...
Orkestar
Tanja Smoje ...
Djevojka na gliseru
Lana Baric ...
Djevojka na gliseru
Ema Smajic ...
Djevojcica iz voza
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Terry F. Smith ...
Cop

Directed by

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Ahmed Imamovic

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Ahmed Imamovic ... ()
 
Enver Puska ... ()

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Jasmin Durakovic ... co-producer
Ahmed Imamovic ... producer
Jeanne Moreau ... associate producer
Jozo Patljak ... co-producer
Rade Serbedzija ... co-producer
Samir Smajic ... producer

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Enes Zlatar

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Mustafa Mustafic

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Mirsad Tabakovic
Andrija Zafranovic

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Rajko Bogdanovic ... post-production executive
Midhat Mujkic ... post-production executive

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Slobodan Dedeic ... (as Boban Dedejic)

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Ljiljana Sakovic

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Halid Redzebasic ... makeup artist
Vesna Trograncic ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Ismet Arnautalic ... production manager
Admir Avdic ... unit manager
Enes Maksumic ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Nedzad Begovic ... second assistant director
Slobodan Dedeic ... first assistant director
Danilo Serbedzija ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Zlatan Cehic ... sound recordist
Predrag Doder ... sound recordist
Branko Neskov ... re-recording mixer
Zoran Prodanovic ... boom operator
Aleksandra Stojanovic ... sound editor
Zoran Stojanovic ... boom operator
Nenad Vukadinovic ... sound recordist

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Vlatko Milicevic ... pyrotechnician
Midhat Mujkic ... special effects

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Edib Ahmetasevic ... assistant camera
Almir Djikoli ... camera operator
Goran Mecava ... Steadicam operator

Location Management

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Edin Sarkic ... location manager

Music Department

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Miroslav Cvetkovic ... music editor
Dado Jehan ... musician: piano (as Dado DZIHAN)

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Lana Likic ... production coordinator
Nidzara Mehic ... continuity
Midhat Mujkic ... title designer: main titles

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Plot Summary

In the nineties the Yugoslavia Federation falls apart in bloody wars. Perpetual student Milan, a Serb from a patriarchal community and Kenan, a Muslim cellist, are a homosexual couple living in Sarajevo. Their lives, intimate and public, are shaken up by the aggression in Bosnia and Herzegovina, whose devastating consequences unfold in inter-ethnic hatred. Trapped in Sarajevo during the siege of the Serb forces, the lovers manage to flee to Milan's home village and there they take shelter, waiting for Milan's father, Ljubo, to find a way to the Netherlands. Witnessing the brutality of Serb forces and their hatred towards Muslims, Milan desperately improvises: he disguises Kenan as a woman and begins to present him as his wife, Milena, a secret discovered by Milan's best friend, Lunja. Milan is drafted into the army and the situation becomes almost unbearable for Kenan. His one companion, is Ranka, a waitress in a local café, a woman whose dark secrets terrify most of the villagers around her... Written by Opera

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Also Known As
  • Върви на Запад (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Irány Nyugat! (Hungary)
  • Batiya Hücum (Turkey, Turkish title)
  • Pigaine dytika (Greece)
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  • 97 min
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