The Beautiful Blue Danube (2008)

  |  Drama, Musical


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Luxurious Danube river cruiser "Kriemhild", on a 2 day tour from Vienna to Belgrade. The ship "Kriemhild" is a floating sin city. Exhausted, unhappy, frustrated people from western Europe ... See full summary »


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Director:

Darko Bajic

Writer:

Nebojsa Romcevic

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11 October 2013 | ed-1975
10
| Quirky, odd movie...
A Musical Comedy Drama centered around an odd group of Ships crew (Central/East European) and Passengers (Western) with the dialogue mainly English but often German and Serbian (indeed I also viewed the film with Bulgarian embedded subtitles).

Enjoyable hour and a half especially for the performance of Tim Seyfi as the Boss from nowhere (with some great lines!) and Jelena Gavrilovic (simply stunning) but that isn't to negate the rest of the cast as they all were quite superb.seem to thoroughly enjoy themselves (and I enjoyed watching them) in a light hearted way.

I really enjoyed this film and look forward to seeing some more gems of Serbian cinema.

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Genres

Drama | Musical

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Release Date:

30 October 2008

Language

Serbian, English, German


Country of Origin

Serbia

Filming Locations

Belgrade, Serbia

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