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Bure baruta / Cabaret Balkan (1998) Goran Paskaljevic, Mira Banjac, Ivan Bekjarev, Aleksandar Bercek, Drama

Bure baruta (1998)
The film takes place in Belgrade in the mid nineties of the twentieth century, when the brutality and violence are becoming part of everyday reality. A series of separate stories each linked inheritance situations. The painful atmosphere of increasing brutality from which you can not see the output as the main motiv is repeated in the question of accountability: “Who is guilty?”

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Djevojka i hrast / The Girl and the Oak (1955) Kresimir Golik, Tamara Miletic, Ljuba Tadic, Miodrag Popovic-Deba, Drama

Djevojka i hrast (1955)
Smilja is a little girl living in Dalmatian Zagora. One day, her mother dies under a small oak tree and she is left without parents. Luckily, she gets adopted and continues to nurture the oak where her mother died. Many years later, Smilja is a handsome woman, but her jealous stepbrother Josip kills her boyfriend Ivan and rapes her. Ivan’s brothers swear revenge.

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Decko koji obecava / The Promising Boy (1981) Milos ‘Misa’ Radivojevic, Aleksandar Bercek, Dara Dzokic, Rade Markovic, Comedy, Drama

Decko koji obecava (1981)
Slobodan Milosevic is young promising guy. He is a solid student, obedient son and considerate boyfriend. But after his affair with one Swiss girl, all of that changes. When he told his girlfriend Masa about that affair she hits him in the head and he changes completely. He quarrels with his parents, runs away from home, has sex with different girls, even with Masa’s mother, masturbates while driving the car, finds a way to express himself by playing rock’n’roll music and does similar anarchic stuffs. Masa thinks that another hit in the head would put the things back where they were, and when that happens and Slobodan starts acting normal again they plan a wedding. But in the middle of the wedding Slobodan hears that his friend from a band Pit had died and he, not knowing what else to do, goes bumping his head against the wall.

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