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Stefan Stupar almost 7 years ago
Kreativno, duhovito, odlično kamerom uhvaćen jedan grad i jedno vreme. Srđan Todorović!
Ivana 6 years ago
Tanja almost 7 years ago
We Are Not Angels (Serbian: Ми нисмо анђели, Mi nismo anđeli) is a 1992 Yugoslav comedy directed by Srđan Dragojević that became one of the most popular films of the 1990s in the region of the former Yugoslavia. The plot revolves around Angel (played by Uroš Đurić) and Devil (Srđan Todorović) fighting for the soul of Belgrade playboy Nikola (Nikola Kojo) who is unaware that he impregnated a high school student named Marina (Milena Pavlović) during a drunken one-night stand. The film was lauded by critics for its inventive direction, tight editing, urban humour and its large number of pop culture references. Its commercial success and later cult status, however, could be at least partially attributed to specific circumstances at the time of the film's premiere. Namely, before the film reached theatres, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was put under UN sanctions, thus depriving local theatres of Hollywood blockbusters. Many Serbian films filled that void and had great commercial...
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