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(1118) 8.1 100 min 2017

Druga strana svega is a movie starring Srbijanka Turajlic, Mila Turajlic, and Mira Boskic. For Serbian filmmaker Mila Turajlic, a locked door in her mother's apartment in Belgrade provides the gateway to both her remarkable family...

Starring
Srbijanka Turajlic, Mira Boskic, Mladen Kostic, Mila Turajlic
Genres
Biography, Documentary
Director
Mila Turajlic

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Documentary
Director Mila Turajlic
Writer Mila Turajlic
Stars Srbijanka Turajlic, Mira Boskic, Mladen Kostic, Mila Turajlic
Country Qatar, Hungary, Serbia, Germany, France
Also Known As Kaiken toinen puoli, The Other Side of Everything, A másik oldal, Die andere Seite von allem, Po drugiej stronie drzwi, Die andere Seite von Allem, L'envers d'une histoire
Runtime 1H 40M
Description For Serbian filmmaker Mila Turajlic, a locked door in her mother's apartment in Belgrade provides the gateway to both her remarkable family history and her country's tumultuous political inheritance.

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Friday, 29 Jan 2021 12:32

In 1989, while in the midst of the Yugoslav wars, the renowned Croatian writer, writer-director, playwright, and poet Zbigniew Pietrovic was arrested, tortured, and held in a concentration camp for several days. After two years in jail, he was found innocent by a court in Belgrade and released. But in 1991, the Yugoslav government decided to "clean" the country of communists and they took steps to "clean" Zbigniew's crimes. The film tells the story of the trial and his ordeal. He was accused of being a communist and "inciting to commit an act of terrorism", but he was also accused of being a Communist "propagandist" who had written about the fate of Yugoslavia. He was accused of treason, and in a few years, he was convicted of treason and sentenced to death. He was put on trial, tortured, and sentenced to death. He was buried, and the Serbian government confiscated his property. His own sister, Zbigniew's widow, was forced to stay in a Serbian village with her daughter, and she had to pay taxes for the Serbian village. Zbigniew's funeral was staged, and the grave was dug. In 1993, he was buried, and the Serbian government was still looking for him. The film shows the trials and the government's brutality, but it also shows how his life has been transformed. He has been able to rebuild his life and his ability to write again, and he has written a series of plays, including "Fartek Slava". This is a beautiful film, and I would recommend it to anybody.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 23:29

This documentary is fascinating. It was very difficult to make a film about the so called "ethnic cleansing" in Bosnia. How do you make a film about genocide? How do you make a film about the inhumanity of war? In Bosnia, it's hard to separate truth from fiction. That's what makes it so difficult to analyze this film, to analyze the events that happened in the early 1990s in the region. But I think this film is very accurate. I am from Bosnia, I have relatives in the region. I can feel what the people were going through. I was shocked at how quickly people were trying to leave the country. I was shocked at the lack of food and how quickly people were leaving. I was amazed at how many people had died. I was horrified that they were able to actually kill people like that. I think the people of Bosnia were extremely lucky. It's a story that can happen to anyone. I think it's a sad commentary on how society has become so tolerant in the 21st century. I think people just need to open their eyes and really try to understand what's going on in Bosnia. There's so many stories that could be told, and it would have been interesting to talk to some of the victims of the genocide. I would love to see a documentary about the Holocaust, or a documentary about the Holocaust in South Africa. I would like to see the reactions of the people of Bosnia. The reactions of the people in the city of Srebrenica. How can people get to see the truth about what happened? What is the true story about the genocide? The people of Srebrenica, and the people of Bosnia, they were going through an extremely difficult time. The people of Srebrenica were treated like dirt, they were humiliated, they were treated like they were non-existent, they were ignored. People were treated like dirt. There were so many stories, and so many people that had to go through what they went through. I think this film is very interesting. It's a very personal documentary about a place and a time that should never be forgotten.


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