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  • #347092

    Anonymous

    kako ocijeniti ili jednostavno prepoznati poetiku filmskog rezisera a da je pocnemo samo sturo klasifikovat po principima i zakonitostima filmske kritike? na koji nacin cu suceliti kusturicu i tarkovskog. mogu li dva filma biti jednako autenticna?

    #408760
    Boris V.
    Boris V.
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    @dedushka

    Hey there @soli please write in English so everybody could understand you! Thanks! 

    #408761

    Anonymous

    sorry i dont type that good or fast so i kinda focus on people who can actualy understand my mothertongue. but ill do my best

    #405317

    Anonymous

    I
    don’t know if one can discuss film makерс in the context of Slavic
    authenticity. Both Emir Kusturica and Andrej Tarkovsky are acclaimed
    film-makers. There are many talented film makers living in Slavic
    countries.

    #376909

    Anonymous

    this scene from Emir Kusturica film WHEN FATHER WAS AVAY , another great slav director Milosh Forman declare as greatest love scene in film history. will you agree?                                              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdjkfJc45JQ

    #376904

    Anonymous

    with all do respect to Forman this is mine                                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZf00ad3G6o

    #376875

    Anonymous
    #389389

    Anonymous

    Emir Kusturica is Slav director but his movies have nothing to do with Slavs ( apart of Dolly Bell which is Yugoslav specific) There is wonderful Yugoslav/Croatian movie from 1967,  The birch tree (Breza) which gives inside to the old and forgotten Slavic tradition.

    #389383

    Anonymous

    I was wondering when someone would say that. Most of my Serbian friends don’t like (or even dislike) Kusturica, “the Gypsy director” (and respectively aren’t great fans of Goran Bregovic either), while many of my non-Serbian and especially non-Balkan friends rather do like him (them). Usually if they’re from countries with next to no Gypsies…

    As for a Bulgarian director, I’m not an art critic, so I’d go local-patriotic and propose a director from my village who made a movie about my village (and his childhood) – Rangel Valchanov’s “Лачените обувки на незнайния воин” (“The unknown soldier’s patent leather shoes”).
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqtLxeRHYwk

    #389433

    Anonymous

    @anna25 do you remember dolly bell, when father was away, underground, life is miracle 

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