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Serbian Scars (2009)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama, Thriller | 25 September 2009 (USA)
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This action, thriller, is set in Belgrade, Chicago and Kosovo, chronicles the complicated relationship and reunion of estranged brothers, Alex and Peter and the forbidden love of a Serbian ... See full summary »


Brent Huff


Gary M. Lumpp (screenplay), Vladimir Rajcic (screenplay) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Vladimir Rajcic ... Alex Obilich
Michael Madsen ... Dreq
Mark Dacascos ... Peter Olsen Obilich
Steve Agnew Steve Agnew ... Dr. Goran Obilich
Jana Milic Jana Milic ... Suzana
Sergej Trifunovic ... Beni
Biljana Misic ... Kristina
Bojana Brankovic Bojana Brankovic ... Senka
Gordana Les Gordana Les ... Deniz
Tijana Plemic Tijana Plemic ... Maria - Agent Jessica Casey
Claudia Christian ... Maggie
Predrag Jovanovic Predrag Jovanovic ... Dr. Zlatan
Jack Dimich ... Niko
Joe Estevez ... Matty
Predrag Rajcic Predrag Rajcic ... Otto


This action, thriller, is set in Belgrade, Chicago and Kosovo, chronicles the complicated relationship and reunion of estranged brothers, Alex and Peter and the forbidden love of a Serbian Soldier and a young Muslim woman. Alex believing his father to be at death's door and in need of a bone marrow transplant, ventures from Serbia to Chicago to find his brother Peter in an effort to save their dying dad. Peter escaped from Serbia with their mother years ago leaving behind his brother and father to fight in the war. With the help of an American CIA operative, Alex finds his brother in Chicago. What Alex does not realize is that their father is being used as a tool by a terrorist named Dreq, who thinks that Peter holds the key to a devastating chemical weapon that their father developed under duress for the Soviets during the Cold War. Goran Obilich is prepared to sacrifice everything to make sure that the chemical weapon will never fall into terrorist hands. Alex convinces his brother ... Written by V.R.

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Action | Drama | Thriller | War


Not Rated

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At the Los Angeles Premiere (Red Carpet) on October 29th 2009 at the AMC theater Century City so many people showed up it was so crowed that the Fire Marshal Office of Los Angeles County came to shut the event down. That was a big problem for the producers so they had to turn away over 300 people in order to go on with the event. See more »


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Complete nonsense
29 March 2010 | by sakalaSee all my reviews

Serbs talking English to each other? Never happened. Maybe in case they are second generation immigrants in English speaking countries but never in Serbia and never if their first language is their mother tongue Serbian. Why would a father speak foreign language while talking to his child in their native country? Any example of that in the history of mankind? Why this crap now?

Muslim girl name Suzana? Her mother asking her not to betray her own country and her religion although they are in Belgrade, Serbia???

And the writer of this script is a Serb from Serbia? Was there any research on this or just a bunch of "bla bla bla" placed on a paper?

Dr. Zlatan? What kind of last name is that? Or is he going to be known as the one with two first names? :)

And this actor/screenwriter is not a convincing actor at all. He looks all the time like his stomach hearts. And that raised eyebrow all the time? Crappy acting.

Not even Michael Madsen is convincing.

The name Rastko is misspelled as Ratsko during the first lines. Huge mistake and without respect to that person.

And BTW Steve Agnew needs a manicure. :)

What else? Bad job, simple as that. Rubbish... :(

The movie got a 2 from me only for some good shots and for some good music moments. Otherwise a zero. This team should never ever again torture people with this kind of movies.

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