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The Bizarre Country (1988)

Neka cudna zemlja (original title)
| Drama, Fantasy
A man dies in a foreign land. On his deathbed he asks his son to bury his bones in his fatherland, a country of brave and honest people, a country of tragic but heroic past. His son wonders... See full summary »


Dragan Marinkovic


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lazar Ristovski ... Putnik
Jasmina Avramovic Jasmina Avramovic ... Crnokosa (as Jasmina Rankovic)
Dragan Maksimovic Dragan Maksimovic ... Slikar
Enver Petrovci Enver Petrovci ... Novi sef policije
Milija Vukovic Milija Vukovic ... Stari sef policije
Milutin Butkovic Milutin Butkovic ... Visi cinovnik ministarstva
Milenko Zablacanski Milenko Zablacanski ... Gitarista
Branislav Platisa Branislav Platisa ... Violinista (as Branko Platisa)
Zivojin 'Zika' Milenkovic Zivojin 'Zika' Milenkovic ... Ministar poljoprivrede (as Zika Milenkovic)
Branko Plesa ... Ministar inostranih poslova
Dragoljub Milosavljevic-Gula Dragoljub Milosavljevic-Gula ... Ministar finansija (as Dragutin-Gula Milosavljevic)
Spiro Guberina ... Ministar unutrasnjih poslova
Gordana Gadzic Gordana Gadzic ... Slikareva sestra
Mihajlo Viktorovic Mihajlo Viktorovic ... Ministar privrede (as Mihailo Viktorovic)
Karlo Molnar Karlo Molnar ... Kurir ministarstva


A man dies in a foreign land. On his deathbed he asks his son to bury his bones in his fatherland, a country of brave and honest people, a country of tragic but heroic past. His son wonders the world unsuccessfully looking for his father's home. He eventually finds the country in which people speak in his father's language, but everything else is absurd and unbelievable and does not fit his father's stories.

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Drama | Fantasy







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great satirical movie
18 April 2006 | by kkatalizatorSee all my reviews

Definitely worth looking! This movie presents highlights of Domanovic's stories, Nusic's dramas and a lot of original humor, all rolled into great, but not widely known film. However, it has the same fate as other non-low-minded and non-sexual-humor movies which is to be misunderstood by majority of the people who have seen it, or to be more precise, just throw a glance on it. Lazar Ristovski is playing a role of story guide, stranger finding himself in a country that should be his fatherland, but is to the most bizarre boundaries spoiled and ruined by actual government. The country is ruled by mindless dictators, old fellows disconnected from reality, having no touch with the people themselves. The people are not only ones who suffer from their lunacy, the police and dictators themselves are shown as total misfortunates. My recommendations: if you find Orwell's works interesting and are a fan of Monty Python, you have to see this movie. Of course, if you are capable of finding it

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