Year 1993, the bleakest time of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. A group of actors from Belgrade, utterly unaware of what they're setting themselves up for, embark on a search for quick earnings - on a "tour" around the Serbian Krajina. However, there they are thrust into the heart of war and begin to wander from war front to war front, from one army to the next.
- Stars:Jose Rijo, Tihomir Stanic, Jelena Djokic, Dragan Nikolic, Mira Furlan, Josif Tatic, Gordan Kicic, Slavko Stimac, Vojislav Brajovic, Sergej Trifunovic, Emir Hadzihafizbegovic, Svetozar Cvetkovic, Branimir Popovic, Bogdan Diklic, Aleksandar Stojkovic, Novak Bilbija,
- Country:Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia
- Director:Goran Markovic,
- Writer:Goran Markovic
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The Tour torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Doesn't start off well, but overall well played.
(kr) wrote: Scandinoir: Well it's just kind of "there" at this point, isn't it?
(mx) wrote: Justice delayed is justice denied. Excellent documentary about what happens when the justice system runs off the rails, like it is very prone to do.
(kr) wrote: The martial arts are distinguishable, which is more than can be said for a lot of films of the genre. The plot is certainly forgettable, however. Several of the main characters seem token and uninspired. Still, I will praise the action scenes.
(nl) wrote: Willis and Thornton work well together as a "buddy comedy team" in this caper film with a surprise ending.
(au) wrote: Works to explore the roots of violence and the instinctual, animal masculinity on an almost subconscious level, through intense sequences of sweaty and boozy nightmares. I have never seen Donald Pleasence in finer form.
(ru) wrote: Informative, but deals more in sentimentality than practicality. Prepare for an expose of current detrimental practices and regulatory oversight. Don't expect narrative coherence. You'll be given dots. Connect them yourself and draw your own conclusion. Feels more like a documentary past 70% of the way through, when it starts to (successfully) antagonize Monsanto (which is easy to do). A good watch nonetheless.