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COOL MOVIES FROM FORMER YUGOSLAVIA, BALCANS ETC #1
DATE: 03/13/2012 08:16:11 / MOOD: happy
Serbian movie from 2011.
Directed by Dejan Zečević.
''Paranormal thriller THE ENEMY deals with a Bosnian commando unit starts
tearing itself other apart just days after the end of the Balkan War.The year is 1995. A
small engineering squad has welcomed Dayton Agreement in mountains, not
far from the ruins of a local factory that was destroyed in combat. In
that strange atmosphere, the squad finds a walled-in basement in ruins
of the factory -- and in it a man, which quietly sits behind a desk,
next to an ashtray filled with cigarette buds, as if he was actually
waiting for them. Pandora's Box is opening...The movie has
already been under the spotlights with a positive review in the famous
The Hollywood Reporter. According to Natasha Senjanovic, journalist of
the magazine : « The production value is high and the horror spin will
entice home audiences otherwise saturated with war films.»THE
ENEMY stars Aleksandar STOJKOVIC, Vuk KOSTIC and Tihomir STANIC and is
produced by Biberche Productions (Serbia); in co-production with Balkan
Film (Bosnia and Herzegovina), MaXima Film (Croatia), Tivoli Films
(Hungary). THE ENEMY directed by Dejan ZecevicFeature Film / Thriller/Action / 2011 / 107 min / Color / 2.35 ScopeSerbia / Bosnia & Herzegovina / Croatia / Hungary Bosnian Original version / English subtitles''
***DOWNLOAD LINK (ENGLISH SUBTITLES)***
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COOL BANDS FROM FORMER YUGOSLAVIA, BALCANS ETC #1
DATE: 02/27/2012 14:09:42 / MOOD: lonely
(can i post here clips or only links??)
Bio (from Last.fm): Gola Jaja was probably the first punk rock band in Pula (Croatia) formed
in 1978 and one of the greatest punk legends in ex-Yugoslavia. The band
is formed by Denis Barlian, Nenad Zec and Zoran Vukelić, then 14-year
old kids. The band members were changing often, and in 1982. two demos
were recorded by following line-up: Denis Barlian (vocals), Semijan
Giljanović (guitar), Tonči Vuković (bass) and Krunoslav Jakšić (drums).
In late 80's, military and marriage obligations of the band members led
to disbanding. Vocalist Denis Barlian died in 2008. of kidney cancer.
Link for free download of their two demos (all music they recorded):
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