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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...

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

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Product details

Genres Biography, Documentary
Director Mila Turajlic
Writer Mila Turajlic
Stars Mira Boskic, Srbijanka Turajlic, Mila Turajlic, Mladen Kostic
Country Hungary, Qatar, Germany, Serbia, France
Also Known As A másik oldal, Kaiken toinen puoli, Die andere Seite von allem, The Other Side of Everything, Po drugiej stronie drzwi, L'envers d'une histoire, Die andere Seite von Allem
Runtime 1 h 40 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
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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Thursday, 06 Aug 2020 09:27

Truly, "Inside The Skin Of Black Cats" is a film that should have been seen and discussed by all movie goers. Director Stefan Fatsis, the director of the Academy Award nominated "The Rules of Attraction" and the film of the same title, has made a remarkable documentary about the life and work of the late, great director Paul Schrader. In addition to the great documentary footage, he also provides a plethora of interviews with the filmmaker and his friends and colleagues who were the core of the early days of the movie industry. One of the most interesting interviews is with Paul Schrader himself, and it's so fascinating that the filmmaker reveals that Schrader was actually very "bad" as a young man. Schrader's reaction to a scene involving a drug dealer is one of the most interesting and memorable in the film. He gives the interview under the title of "Life, Not "Life" and describes his reaction to the scene. "That is what a film is all about. It's not about how many people are killed, or what happens, it's about how a person reacts. I have no intention of ruining the reputation of the director. I don't want to diminish him, I don't want to show off. I want to show the man who does what he does." He continues, "This is not a glorification of Paul Schrader. This is a celebration of the man who made it all possible. If he were to be alive today, I would be honored to meet him. I would show him the footage of the drug dealer he shot and the people who found him and that was what made it possible. And I would tell him how good it is to be a director. The work is a gift and we should cherish it." As Schrader himself puts it, Schrader had the ability to make films that changed the world, and he was extremely successful at it. This documentary is truly a must see for anyone interested in the film industry. It's interesting to see the way Schrader's career was born, how he was born into the film industry, and how he was able to create a film and a career in such a short amount of time. And then, how he came to be a legendary figure of the industry, but also how he was able to make films that made him famous. Schrader's talent and ability to create a film that will be talked about for years to come, is amazing. It's really a story of the beginning of the film industry and how it evolved. And it's a story that is very informative and very entertaining. The documentary is a must see for anyone who loves film and also anyone interested in the life and work of the late Paul Schrader.
Friday, 10 Jul 2020 22:00

An honest account of a man's struggle for life, his years in prison and his eventual release. A man on the margins of society, who is determined to live a normal life. The documentary depicts the story of Nikola Tesla, a gifted inventor who gained notoriety for his ability to create a new and revolutionary method of electrical transmission, but was jailed and eventually forced to spend many years in a mental institution. Nikola's story is fascinating, and the interviews with the people who knew him best is interesting, as well. The documentary does a great job at showing the individual and his experiences as he grew up, his childhood, his relationships with his family, and his interactions with the people around him. The problem is that it also goes into some detail about how he came to be locked up, and the long road that he had to travel to get out. There is a great deal of information in this documentary, and it is presented in a very clear and succinct manner. The documentary ends on a positive note, and it is an uplifting one. Nikola is a very personal documentary, and it has a message that everyone can relate to. Nikola is a must see for anyone interested in Nikola Tesla, as he is one of the most famous inventors in history. The documentary is extremely entertaining, and it is very well-done. The interviews with the people who knew Nikola Tesla are very interesting, and he is not only a fascinating person, but a fascinating story as well. Nikola is definitely worth watching.
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 02:21

Very well put together and well thought out documentary that details the 'War on Drugs' from both sides of the coin. Both sides of the argument have a good amount of information to share, and it makes for a very interesting and informative documentary. The whole world has heard and sees the horrors of the 'War on Drugs', but few have really experienced it firsthand. This documentary will educate and enlighten the masses on the 'War on Drugs' and what it has brought to many nations. The film does a great job of conveying the truth that is not often discussed in the media. It will definitely make you think. The film is very informative, but the best part of the documentary is the director's interview with Ben Swann (Hank) on the premiere of the film. Swann was a young man from the poorest of the poor who fought to make his family a living, but his life was quickly and tragically taken away. I thought the director did a great job of being unbiased and not trying to prove that he was against drugs, but simply showing the truth and showing the good and the bad sides of the 'War on Drugs'. I have not seen the film on TV yet, but I am hoping that it will show up on television soon. The film is well worth the time that it takes to watch it. If you are looking for something to watch that is different, but has some solid information on the 'War on Drugs', this documentary will definitely be a good addition to your collection. This is definitely one to watch!
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 21:56

Terrific documentary on the era of the Second World War. Most of it was in English, and of course, the script and the footage were shot in Russia. The film opens in an American air base, where one of the planes is going down. After being told by the pilot to make a call, he goes on to tell the story of the crash and the bomber's fate. The plane goes down in a ravine and the pilot is killed by a small explosion. The rest of the plane crashes in a valley where the Soviet soldiers are hiding out. Two of the men are captured and taken to a camp, where they are made to work in a mine field. The men are required to dig deep into the earth in order to find a tunnel that leads to the enemy. The tunnel is closed and they are all caught in the trap. The group is forced to dig deeper, and each man is killed. The film is done in a rather un-Grizzly Adams way, by having a lot of the film footage shot in the dark. The sound is made to be hard to understand, so we're not able to follow the conversation. But, there is one scene where the sound is very clear and the sound is very clear. So, we can follow what's going on. The film is done in the style of an old-time movie, with some elements of documentaries. Some of the footage is from the original German-language VHS tapes, but the English is mostly from American films and television. The documentary takes a look at the fact that there were many young people working on the bombs, even though they were supposed to be only young men. This was done to show the Americans that they were killing the young men in the war. But, the interviews with the crew and the people who worked on the bombs are very interesting. The movie is not very clear about who is a hero, and who is a villain. The only real villain is the man who designed the bomb, who was a big critic of the war. So, this documentary is not really about the bombs, it's more about the men who worked on them. I think it's a very good documentary.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 15:57

A documentary that shows that so called economic crises in Europe (the same that we have in the US) and other parts of the world (the Middle East, Africa and South America) have no basis in reality, and that the crisis was caused by debt, not by the banks. The story of a Swiss bank that was actually part of a conspiracy that is the subject of the film, has been a subject of fascination and debate for a long time, and it was this subject of interest that brought me to watch this documentary. It shows how the bank was used by some of the biggest companies in the world to finance projects that no one would have even considered, and how this also included some of the biggest and most important companies in the world. The film covers this story from beginning to end, and the results are both emotional and sobering. The documentary was written and directed by Marc Renne, the man who made the documentary about the Vattenfall disaster in Norway, the movie that was shown in the European Parliament about nuclear power. Marc Renne has a special interest in this film, and he was able to present the film in such a way that he could make the film accessible to anyone, even if he himself didn't have an interest in economics or banking. The documentary was also shown on many radio shows in Europe, and there were many other countries that were able to see it. It was shown in over 100 countries. The film is very well made, the actors were chosen very well, and the technical aspects of the film were also excellent. I highly recommend this film to anyone interested in economics, and it is one of the best documentaries I have seen.


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