Jagoda u Supermarketu
Posted 25 February 2003 - 00:54
ja ga odgledah veceras ..ako kažem da sam malo razocarana samo cu sebe malo da razocaram ....s obzirom da je deo ekipe glumaca i moja omiljenja ekipa, trebala je da bude i garancija za mnogo bolji film ....
baš ..onako .....stvarno je mogao bolji da bude ..tema filma mi se svidja
Posted 25 February 2003 - 09:14
I pored toga sto igra Srdjan Todorovic...
Posted 27 February 2003 - 03:24
pored toga shto Todorovic glumi (jel ima roma, ako nema onda necu da gledam, ustvari ocu ako je Jonny Dep u filmu :wink:)
Posted 27 February 2003 - 04:18
Srdjan je odlepio onog trenutka kad mu je Jagoda (Branka Katic) maltretirala babu u Supermarketu ...i tako je rešio da im se osveti ....malo je dosadno jer se citava radnja dešava u tom Supermarketu ..gde se oni na kraju smuvaju .....ali ima komicnih scena ..Srdjan je glumio veoma trapavo - romanticnog galamdziju "heroja" ....mislim da su on i Branka bili odlican par u filmu
nema roma ..i nema Johnny Deepa, mog omiljenog glumca ....
[ Izmena poruke: Hippie na dan 2003-02-27 04:20 ]
Posted 27 February 2003 - 11:09
Date: 12 February 2003
Summary: Perverse apology of Milosevic`s dictatorship
JAGODA U SUPERMARKETU is all about ideology. The films focuses all its` energy in attempts to defamate globalization which is fine. The only problem is that it was made in Serbia where poverty and spiritual decay rule. Also, in such a state, Milic film claims that love can overthrow any pain and thet our only trouble is the fact that Americans are openning supermarkets.
Wrong! There is no love in decay. Decay is sickness not a state of grace.
When it comes to craft, which was supposed to shaded by ideology, let`s begin with screenwriting. Screenwriting is horrible. This film feels like a 1985 comedy that scored a BOMB in Maltin guide. The dialogue is vulgar and as many films before, it relies on vulgar displays of verbal wit.
Characters are flat and acting is weak since actors cannot create out of nothing. Also, Branka Katic, one of our major stars, is too old for this role even though she was a typecast. Problem is, she belonged in this type ten years ago, in 1992. Now, its` 2002/2003 and she must move on. Aging is not her problem. It`s all about the director who picks the cast of main characters.
Milic`s staging and editing are neat. Editing and cinematogralhy are top-notch when compared to Serbian standards. Of course, Emir Kusturica`s credit as producer means that this film was made on a budget. I hope Milic will rebound from this abyss because underneath piles of producer and festival inflicted compromise lays a talented craftsman that can make a solid picture given a good script.
Posted 01 March 2003 - 17:29