Show parodies politics in Serbia. Main character is a stupid, selfish, bad person who tries to climb all the way up to the top of the Serbian government. Show also gives you a look of people who work for/with him.
Milan 'Lane' Gutovic
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Having all the episodes taped for me by my friend, I could not resist not to sit down and watch it in just one single day. Though it describes life in the village in central Serbia (BTW with breathless sceneries hard to find anywhere else in the world) storyline is very contemporary. If you have a chance it's a must to see. Vojin Cetkovic is again nailing his role of patriotic army officer. I guess this is the main reason why the other comment is extremely negative, but believe me it's baseless. This series is another proof that Serbian cinematography is the best in that part of the world. Beside this one, "Ranjeni Orao" and "Vratice se rode" are another MUST SEE series.
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