King Peter 1st, as a young man is banished from Serbia by Obrenovic a rival dynasty. Many years later, King Peter returns to his country to liberate its people and secure parliamentary democracy and starts the reconstruction of Serbia.
A joint fight of Macedonian and Greek people against the fascist monarchical government of Greece ended with their defeat in 1949, after many years of bloodshed. Many members of the ... See full summary »
On his way to visit his father, a young Nemanja was caught in a heavy rain, so he decides to seek lodging for the night in nearby motel. The place happens to be notorious as a meeting place of bad, dangerous and weird people.
the shutka book of records.what a film,what a people.possibly the worlds best holiday destination,if u knew where it was.the wonder of roma life in all its weirdness.from champion vampire wrestlers to champion "dressers"to champion pigeon chuckers.watch it and love it,i've done it lots so i know.cannot quite work out whether this film is a comedy or documentary,it says it is both on the cover of the DVD,but whatever it is it is marvelous.a ramshackle gypsy city bursting energy and oddness.the women are beautiful the men are ugly,unless they dress the circumcision beds.the music of the wedding bands winds through it with its strange balkan modes and sinuous clarinets.i've looked and listened maybe ten times and i'll do it again.i hope you do.you will not regret it.i'd put it in my top ten.
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