The Black Bomber (1992)

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In a near-future Belgrade, a DJ stirs up trouble with his rocking anti-establishment broadcasts. After his station is shut down, he takes to the street and starts transmitting revolution with the police hot on his trail.


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5 November 2013 | dragokin
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| could have been better
Darko Bajic didn't only direct but has also collaborated on the script of The Black Bomber. From today's standpoint, here he was at his peak as an author which, on the other hand, resulted in a mediocre movie.

The production was rather good for the time of it's creation and the setting might have been called revolutionary for the place where it had been made. This feature film offered a rather bleak vision of near future to the youth of the era, in particular the youth of Yugoslavia. Unfortunately, the authors guessed some of the things right.

On the positive side, there are glimpses of end-of-the-century atmosphere of Wim Wenders' Until the End of the World (1991) or even Kathryn Bigelow's Strange Days (1997). And Radio Boom is thinly veiled Radio B92 which had an important role in Serbia in 1990's.

On a less positive note, Crni Bombarder suffers from poor writing, which continues to plague Serbian cinematography even today. Valid for both the plot and the dialogs, it makes even accomplished experienced actors such as Danilo "Bata" Stojkovic sound fake.

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Release Date:

21 May 1995

Language

Serbian, Serbo-Croatian


Country of Origin

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Yugoslavia

Filming Locations

Belgrade, Serbia

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