Provereno nema mina (1965)

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October 20, 1944, Belgrade was liberated by Red Army and Tito's partisans. But the capital of Yugoslavia is still fraught with danger - retreating aggressor mined the city . A special ... See full summary »



  • Yelena Litskanovich in Provereno nema mina (1965)
  • Provereno nema mina (1965)
  • Provereno nema mina (1965)
  • Nikola Popovic in Provereno nema mina (1965)
  • Husein Cokic in Provereno nema mina (1965)
  • Nada Riznic in Provereno nema mina (1965)

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11 June 2014 | jeremiah59
| Very interesting WW II movie.
The storyline is very interesting and tense. The mixed cast of Soviet and Yugoslavian actors is very good, as well.

I could only imagine why this movie is not better known as a part of Yugoslavian cinematography. (The only place where the DVD can be found, are Russian pages, where it is considered as Russian movie in Russian language, only.)

Maybe because this movie was co-produced by smaller Montenegrin company "Lovcen Film" which did not follow cliché and the mainstream of the most partisan movies, thus making it politically undesirable. For example, the movie emphasized that Croatian, Montenegrin and Muslim partisans fought and died side-by-side with Serbian and Russian soldiers during liberation of Belgrade. (In one of the scenes, Croatian partisan I've, from Kastela, Dalmatia, accompanied by his Red Army friends, visits fresh graves of his villagers fallen in the battle.)

BTW, this was the last full feature movie produced by "Lovcen Film" (1949-1965).

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Release Date:

9 May 1965


Serbo-Croatian, Russian

Country of Origin

Yugoslavia, Soviet Union

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