Montevideo, Taste of a Dream
Montevideo, bog te video
Belgrade, spring of 1930 Tirke is a boy from Čubura that is forced to choose between a factory job and football. After a series of tough decisions, he stays faithful to his true love football. Back in the days, you couldnt earn a living by playing football but you could live for football. In Belgrade, only Moša Marjanović gets paid for every goal he makes. At the same time, an official letter of invitation arrives at the address of the National Football Association stating that the team has been invited to compete in the First World Football Championship that is to be held in the summer of 1930. The choice of an engineer Boško Simonović as a team coach is being ridiculed and mocked by the public and earns him the nickname Boža Dunst (amateur). Team practice kicks off and preparing a team that nobody is giving any chances.
Dragan Bjelogrlić (b. 1963 in Opovo, Yugoslavia) made his acting debut in 1978 in film "Bosko Buha", which became one of the most popular film and TV series of the year. In 1989 graduated acting from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrad. Since then he played in more than 60 films and TV series which brought him many domestic and international awards. Film and TV series "Montevideo, Taste of a Dream" is his directional debut and it was seen by more than half a million people at Serbian theatres.
Filmography: "Montevideo, Taste of a Dream" (2010, "Kino pavasaris"), "Montevideo, Taste of a Dream: Game Two" (2012).
- Year: 2010
- Country: Serbia
- Runtime: 136 min.
- Director: Dragan Bjelogrlić
- Screenwriters: Srdan Dragojević, Ranko Božić, Dragan Bjelogrlić
- Actors: Miloš Biković, Milutin Karadžić, Viktor Savić, Nikola Đuričko, Nina Jankovic, Petar Strugar, Nebojša Ilić, Sergej Trifunović, Vojin Ćetković, Andrija Kuzmanović, Danina Jeftić
- Producer: Dejan Petrović
- Cinematographer: Goran Volarević
- Company: Soul Food Distribution
- Dialogs: Serbian, Bulgarian
- Subtitles: Lithuanian, English
- Classification: N-7
- IMDB rating: 7.9