Cabaret Balkan

Cabaret Balkan

The film takes place in Belgrade in the mid nineties of the twentieth century, when the brutality and violence are becoming part of everyday reality. A series of separate stories each linked inheritance situations. The painful atmosphere of increasing brutality from which you can not see the output as the main motiv is repeated in the question of accountability: "Who is guilty?"

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:102 minutes
  • Release:1998
  • Language:Serbian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on play,  

In Beograd, mid-1990s, 20 people's paths crisscross one night in rage and theater. A callow youth dents a car; its owner hunts him down and trashes his father's flat. Michael, back from ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gregory S (ag) wrote: A knockout trans epic, and frightening that it was realized by a then 23 year-old. A whole lot of movie that is dazzling, accomplished and heartfelt.

Carlos R (au) wrote: Romantic, touching, funny, and extremely relatable. Silver Linings Playbook is a very personal story that hits every level of emotion while still remaining light.

Lansden S (au) wrote: Wayans funniest movie

Ryan H (es) wrote: An eye-opening look at the side of life that some of us will never see.

Irish E (au) wrote: Despite the great cast, this movie was a horrible disappointment.

Christopher S (mx) wrote: Superior spaghetti western is packed with some wild over-the-top action scenes and memorable characters, shot with style and energy by director Giancarlo Santi, and set to an excellent score by Luis Bacalov (which was later used in Tarantino's 'Kill Bill, Vol. 1'). Great fun for fans of the genre.

Kevin M W (gb) wrote: A lesser Bond effort, Connery absolutely positive that only showing up is enough, and worst, he's absolutely right. Meh.

Roberta W (ag) wrote: a plot that doesn't come across many screens, with a twist after a twist after twist, definitely a film worth watching

David L (nl) wrote: One of those films whereby you know from the title that it is going to be a pile of poo! I mean the film only has 4 ratings on this flixster app meaning that I am of a unique bunch that has actually bothered to watch this. It can't even find a title poster for its profile for gods sake! For those of you out there that wonder what happens to actors who appear in absolute classics and then disappear off the face of the earth - here's your answer! Take Linda Hamilton for example, star of Terminator 2: Judgement day. She takes one of the lead roles in this looking seriously hagged and old, proving that the budget for this film cannot even afford make up! In relation to the concept, it's of course a SyFy beauty. Combining the treacherous seas of the Bermuda Triangle with the devilishly electric tentacles of an underwater beast. Unfortunately it's not bad enough to make it good, but it's relatively all action and little dialogue meaning the poor acting doesn't steal the limelight. To think that pop star Mya is one of the better performers says it all. Not one of the best combo flicks I've seen, but there are plenty more I'll be eager to watch in order to try and redeem this genre!

Chris C (ca) wrote: You need to fix the title of the movie.and when Hank Azaria is the most entertaining part of a movie with so many big names,that's horrid.Loud and unnecessary movie.

Jaime D (au) wrote: The film has en ethereal quality, images of different moments in the great actors life float on and off the screen as his disembodied voice narrates his own story. This approach means that detail is lost and at times, like for example the difficulties he had with the Mutiny on The Bounty shoot, you are desperate for the focus to linger, to expand the story but instead it moves quickly on to the next chapter of Brandos life. Can you cram an entire career, personal life, troubled childhood and death into an hour and a half and do an icons story justice ?The other problem is that hearing only Brandos voice, with no other interviews or talking heads we don't see the counterpoint to Brandos reflections and thus it feels unbalanced and again lacking in the detail in those key moments of his life.