Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1979. While Yugoslav president Tito is in Cuba settling international matters, a mysterious Phantom occupies the attention and hearts of Belgrade. Every night, he ...
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Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1979. While Yugoslav president Tito is in Cuba settling international matters, a mysterious Phantom occupies the attention and hearts of Belgrade. Every night, he exhibits spectacular driving maneuvers using a stolen white Porsche car through the city streets. Through the radio the Phantom publicly challenges the police to try and catch him. More than 10.000 people are in the streets supporting their hero. The police are forced into a game where he sets the rules. The Phantom becomes a political threat. What started as a game turned into a political scandal and remained a myth that would never be forgotten.Written by
This movie is outstanding. The dark streets, the music, and the old buildings really give you the feeling like you are in the old Socialist Yugoslavia. It's really a blast from the past. The storyline is gripping, and fun to watch. There is not one spot in the movie that is boring. There were some flaws, like newer cars visible, modern apparel, modern buildings, but man... this movie really shows you how life was back in SFRY Yugoslavia! 10/10, I hope the same director makes plenty more movies. He definitely has the right image in his head, and hopefully he can make more movies taking place during the 1970's and 1980's of Yugoslavia. Really great movie, that's all I can say.
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