Seobe II is a movie starring Dragan Nikolic, Vladislava Milosavljevic, and Ljuba Tadic. Screening of the synonymous Milos Crnjanski's poetic novel about the tragedy of Serbian people who scattered their energy and bones from Dnepr to Lotaringia during XVII and XIX century. The... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Pavle Isakovic
Vladislava Milosavljevic ... Katinka (as Vladica Milosavljevic)
... Mihailo Vana
... Trifun Isakovic
Snezana Savic ... Kumrija
Drasko Redjep ... Garsuli (as Dr Drasko Redjep)
Inka Gogálová ... Djindja (as Ina Gogálová)
Radko Polic ... Austrijski oficir
... Arandjel Isakovic
... Evdokija Bozic
... Tekla Bozic
Toma Jovanovic ... Major Bozic
Boris Juh ... Smerc
... De Ronkali
... Volkov (as Voja Brajevic)
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Screening of the synonymous Milos Crnjanski's poetic novel about the tragedy of Serbian people who scattered their energy and bones from Dnepr to Lotaringia during XVII and XIX century. The great Serbian migration topic is given through the military campaign of major Vuk Isakovic (Avtandil Makharadze) at the head of Slavonian-Danube regiment, from spring of 1744. to spring of the next year. The second topic follows tragic but passionate relationship between Vuk's younger brother and his wife, which ends with her long-lasting disease and death.

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