Tilva Ros

January 3rd, 2010







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Plot
Bor, Serbia, once the largest copper mine, now just the biggest hole in Europe. Small union protests are going on...

Release Year: 2010

Rating: 7.3/10 (449 voted)

Director: Nikola Lezaic

Stars: Marko Todorovic, Stefan Djordjevic, Dunja Kovacevic

Storyline
Bor, Serbia, once the largest copper mine, now just the biggest hole in Europe. Small union protests are going on. Toda and Stefan are best friends, skaters, who spend their first summer after finishing high school. Stefan's going to Belgrade to the University in fall. Toda says he wouldn't apply to the University even if he had the money. They spend time shooting "Jackass-like" videos and hanging out with Dunja, who came back from France for her holidays, and get into a quiet battle for her attention. In that strange relationship of dying friendship and rivalry they try to get ahead of each other. But when small union protest evolves into a huge riot their destructiveness will tie them together.

Cast:
Marko Todorovic - Toda
Stefan Djordjevic - Stefan
Dunja Kovacevic - Dunja
Marko Milenkovic - Mare
Nenad Stanisavljevic - Mekica
Nenad Ivanovic - Shorty
Filip Maksimovic - Fica
Milos Petrovic - Misa
Nenad Miladinovic - Sone
Vlatko Ristov - Vlatko
Nikola Milovanovic - Kina
Bosko Djordjevic - Bosko
Aleksandar Pavlovic - Pile
Milan Radosavljevic - Milan
Radoje Cupic - Toda's dad



Details

Official Website: Official Blog | Official site |

Release Date: 3 Jan 2010

Filming Locations: Bor, Serbia

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User Review

Small story, great acting

Rating: 8/10

The best thing about this movie is that all the actors are real people, from a real city and their personal life stories to tell. Don't expect some complicated plot, its a story about 19y old kids living, driving skateboard and doing nothing meaningful in a former communist planned copper mine city, witch now slowly decays. The cinematography is beautiful, giving the movie a distinct flavor that i liked very much. Acting is excellent and realistic, much better than that of many Serbian 'real' actors, with a big dose of humor as well. Overall its a universal movie about today's youth and their problems growing up that everyone will understand.









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