Story follows young man Strahinja who is in love with a local beauty Radojka, but their relationship has an obstacle - her father Zivan, who considers Strahinja as nothing but a loser. To prove that he's able to take care of himself and his future bride, Strahinja agrees to take vacancy in village mill... But, mill is known as a place where no one meets the dawn alive...
- Stars:Mirjana Nikolic, Petar Bozovic, Slobodan Perovic, Vasja Stankovic, Aleksandar Stojkovic, Tanasije Uzunovic, Ivan Djurdjevic, Bogoljub Petrovic, Toma Kuruzovic, Branko Petkovic,
- Director:Djordje Kadijevic,
- Writer:Milovan Glisic (story "Posle devedeset godina"), Djordje Kadijevic (adaptation)
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(ag) wrote: Why is Megaton allowed to direct movies? He mistakes bad cinematography, bad camera work, and headache-inducing flash cuts for appealing cinema. It's the longest entry and it's apparent while watching as the movie drags on for most of it's runtime, confusing common interest with romance. Knepper is a nice addition though.
(de) wrote: Unwatchable. It's actually that bad.
(us) wrote: Dear Guy Pearce: I love you, you know I do. That is why I bought this early-work of yours that was panned by critics. I held out hope that maybe I could find something good about this movie, because you were in it and well, I was hoping that was enough. Unfortunately, I was very bored throughout the whole thing and barely got through it. No worries though, I'll just watch 'Memento' a few more times and we'll forget that this little incident ever happened.
(fr) wrote: I liked this movie...it was very funny
(ru) wrote: Alan J. Pakula is one of my favorite directors.
(us) wrote: Caught this on TV and it had me laughing my dick off. Some real hot jokes in this movie. Not a bad film at all either. Its kinda different.
(it) wrote: Idiocracy is not supposed to be a documentary. And yet, in the years since it has come out, that appears to be what it has become. To watch this movie is not to simply watch its events, for to do so would be to miss its point entirely. Rampant consumerism, the dumbing down of America(be it via technology or the ability to learn), and much more are under attack. The performances by the actors dig deep into the overall message of the film, and cannot be overlooked. Without their dedication to the roles, the message would be lost. Instead, you have a masterpiece that, in the years since, has become a shining example of life imitating art. The rule of dumb is the reality in the film, just as it continues to seep its way into the halls of real government. We are to learn lessons from this film, and to stop the craziness before stupid is all we are left with.