The Night Is Dark (1995)

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Belgrade in 1992. - breaking up of Yugoslavia, blockade, shortages, food queues, student rebellion. Life of two Belgrade families and personal drama of their members, caused by social breakdown and civil war...


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Director:

Dragan Kresoja

Writer:

Aleksandar Popovic

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12 April 1999 | Misa-6
10
| dramatic tragedy
This is one of the best movies I`v ever seen. It is about two families getting apart in Belgrade 1995, during the war in Bosnia. Situation in Belgrade is far from normal. Reactions of people are very different, media becomes more important than sons, daughters... After the war is over, nobody would be the same. This is the last movie of this respectable director, since he died in helicopter accident.

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Release Date:

15 July 1995

Language

Serbian


Country of Origin

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

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