Sesta brzina (1981)

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Dealing with his customers with an open heart a car mechanic named Zivota goes through many adventures. Some are funny, some are sad, some reveal beauty and others human misery. In the end ... See full summary »


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30 September 2005 | Mili13
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| Hilariuos story about car mechanic who is successful in solving everybody's problems but his own!
I have seen this movie like 10 times and i don't know why but is every time like first time, i absolutely die because laugh attacks! My pops like this movie too, he especially find something great about main character, the car mechanic, 'cause he trust people too much even he is very experienced with all kind of dirty business related with friend interest! He always try to help his friends and young people and in 99% cases, they disappoint him as friends! But in the movie all is not so sad, there are some regular customers of his that are very human and he considers himself proud having some of them for his friends! In his store people are coming with some trouble on their back and he helps them to find a solution for their problem, people that are happy to share their luck with the him and as i have said all kind of people! This car mechanic called Zivota is very intelligent mechanic and his customer like to call him doctor Zivota, 'cause in his life he has seen many kind of men, crossing by his workshop, and so we can say he has passed through the school of life and knows very good how the human brain and heart are working, just as good as he knows how the car motor works, but he never quite believing that in the humans there is still something to believe in!!!

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Release Date:

3 July 1981

Language

Serbo-Croatian


Country of Origin

Yugoslavia

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