Maturanti (Pazi sta radis) (1984)

  |  Comedy, Drama


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Last school days of one graduating generation. They should say goodbye to a part of life, part from their friends, and there is also uncertainty, hope, plans, wild love "for the rest of the... See full summary »


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13 September 2009 | Marko10
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| Nice Yugoslav/Serbian movie about maturing
What to do if you are chubby guy which is hard to attract any girl? What to do if your mother is trying to find your match you don't really love? What to do if you are just a professor which is in love in your student? In short, this is a comedy with serious life questions we all felt or saw somewhere. This film is about young people which are in the very end of their high school and which will become adults very soon. If you like teenager comedy movies about growing up, getting confidence etc. (like "American pie" or "She's all that") you might like this film, as you will notice that certain things never change and are very much the same in all parts of the world (movie was released in 1981 in former Yugoslavia, todays Serbia).

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Genres

Comedy | Drama

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Release Date:

10 January 1984

Language

Serbo-Croatian


Country of Origin

Yugoslavia

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