One Song a Day Takes Mischief Away

One Song a Day Takes Mischief Away

Set in pre-World War II Zagreb, the story is seen through the eyes of 6-year-old Perica Šafranek (played by Tomislav Žganec). A dandy from Zagreb, Mr Fulir (played by Relja Bašić), starts flirting with Perica's mother during a family picnic. At first, Perica's father doesn't notice anything, but wants to marry off Perica's aunt, so he invites the man to their residence. After multiple rendezvous, Perica's father becomes aware of Fulir's attempts to seduce his wife.

The story is seen through the eyes of 6 year old Perica Safranek. On a family picnic Perica's mother starts flirting with Mr Fulir, a Zagreb Dandy. The father at first doesn't notice it, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nidhi J (kr) wrote: Entertaining and brainless.

Michael H (de) wrote: It does have an interesting and creepy setting, but the film-maker's squander it with hateful characters and a lame premise

Patrick D (es) wrote: Would be better without the cheesy over-the-top bombastic bits. They seem a bit phony.

Caleb I (ru) wrote: Powerfully moving and gorgeously animated, Waltz with Bashir is a masterpiece like nothing I've seen before.

Chase H (ca) wrote: The plays are better than the movies

Cellardoor E (mx) wrote: Another Isabella movie...haha!

Tanina S (ca) wrote: it's the fonz! with a frog... it was cool enough to watch with my kid. sort of old fashioned family flick. hard to come by these days...so i'll take it over others filled with blood & lust.

Francis M (kr) wrote: This is an adaptation of Wings if Desire for mainstream audiences.If you are 14, you will love City of Angels.If you are 34 or more, you will love Wings of Desire.

Jonathan E (kr) wrote: Pretty much exactly what I expected based on its reputation... I think this might be the movie that the phrase "funny and sensuous romp" was invented for. Just now, by me.

Neilio O (ag) wrote: One of my favourite Allens, and the most philosophically haunting of all his films. Thrilling, sombre, tense, shocking, hilarious and poignant- the best a director can offer.

T r (jp) wrote: Though inferior to the first Godzilla, Godzilla Raids Again is still a classic giant monster film that doesn't hold up as well anymore, but had a decent story.

Mark P (au) wrote: interesting ideas about how people relate to each other. I particularly liked the multi-screen online video chat that was quite a current and visually nice way to present a complex array of perspectives. Scott Speedman seems to have sublimated from roles at junior at college (ie Felicity) to 30-something bearded man - but his performance is great. I liked the connections and the concepts. The cello score is great. Interesting ideas on perspective.

Thomas B (it) wrote: Alan Rickman shines in this action classic as does Bruce willis .