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Druga strana svega

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...

Other Titles
Po drugiej stronie drzwi, A másik oldal, Kaiken toinen puoli, Die andere Seite von allem, L'envers d'une histoire, The Other Side of Everything, Die andere Seite von Allem
Running Time
1 hours 40 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Biography, Documentary
Mila Turajlic
Mila Turajlic
Srbijanka Turajlic, Mila Turajlic, Mira Boskic, Mladen Kostic
Hungary, Qatar, France, Germany, Serbia
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

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.

Comments about biography «Druga strana svega» (18)

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Marie Taylor

The story is quite interesting, the documentary style makes it quite immersive, and the music is fantastic. There's also a good amount of entertaining details throughout the film. The film is about the people who fought in the liberation war in Slovenia. I didn't really know what to expect going into this documentary, but I was very surprised by how much I enjoyed it. I really liked the documentary style and the look into the people's lives. I also enjoyed the music, which was really great. The first song in the movie, "Krk!" was by T-Roc. It's one of the best songs in the movie. I highly recommend this movie.

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Lisa Walker

The great thing about this documentary is the knowledge that it is not the documentary makers and the subjects that are the most important, but the audience. It is their story, not the documentary makers. The documentary makers may not know the history of the event, but they are able to tell the story and present it to the viewer. It is the audience that is responsible for the truth. The story is the audience's story. This film is a must see for anyone who has ever been a teen. If you are not a teen, don't see this film. If you are a teen and you want to see this film, you have to see it.

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Pamela Elliott

The film is a fascinating look at the world of illegal cocaine in South America. The film was shot over the course of six years and covers many aspects of the drug trade, from the humble beginnings of a single dealer in Peru to the international distribution of cocaine to the United States and Europe. The documentary covers many different aspects of the drug trade, including the problem of the Colombian cocaine cartels, the CIA involvement, and the development of a cocaine industry in Bolivia. The film is well-made, informative, and offers a much more accurate portrayal of the drug trade than I have ever seen before. The only drawback to the film is that some of the scenes are quite graphic, which made me uncomfortable in some places. Still, I would recommend it to anyone who has an interest in the drug trade, or those who have had dealings with the drug trade in their own countries.

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Keith Peters

I have not read the book, but this is a very good movie. Not a masterpiece, but a very good movie. I did not want to read the book, but this is a good movie, and the movie is a good story. I did not expect this kind of story, but it is very good, and the movie is good. The story is about the dictator who wants to put Yugoslavia on the world market, and the way he does this is with drugs. I do not want to say anything more about the story, because it is very good. The movie is very good, because it is very good, but it is not a masterpiece, but it is a good movie. The movie is very good, and it is very good, but it is not a masterpiece, but it is a good movie.

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Sarah Simmons

I was interested in this documentary because it was about a family that was torn apart and was trying to rebuild their lives. As I watched the movie I was shocked at what I had seen. The acting was very good and the documentary did a very good job of showing the family and how they tried to rebuild. I found this movie to be very moving and it really made me think. The documentary is very long but the information that they show is very important to those of us that are dealing with these issues. It is a good movie and it really does get the point across.

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Rachel S.

I watched this film last week and was very impressed. I found it very interesting to watch a documentary about the music industry. I was also very impressed by the interviews with musicians and producers. I am not a musician myself, but I would say that the people interviewed were very well-informed. I would say that the film was very informative and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about music. I would also like to mention that the film is very funny and that it is very entertaining. It is a very good documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who likes to learn about music.

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This is the best documentary I've seen about the band. It's also the most comprehensive. It was also shot in the country of Sweden, which is surprising, considering the band was mostly from the UK. The film focuses on the band's history and how it has influenced their music, especially the songs. It was shot over a period of eight years. The interviews with the band members, their manager, their manager's wife, and a former manager are all excellent. The documentary also takes a look at the band's rise to stardom. The film also gives an overview of their careers and how they have influenced other bands. It's a very interesting documentary and I recommend it to anyone who likes metal.

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Doris C.

In the Czech Republic, the country's only nuclear reactor, which was shut down in 1984, is an impressive relic of the Cold War era. In the 1980s, the Czech government had long been concerned about the possibility that this would become a breeding ground for a terrorist threat. The film tells the story of how this has been handled. Although the reactor was shut down and never restarted, the government allowed its residents to live there and maintain their lifestyles. The film is quite fascinating, and I recommend it.

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Edward H.

After watching this film, I found myself having to write my own post. The film is about a group of people who go to Brazil to see the Olympics, and the preparations for the games. The film goes in depth about the history of the Olympics and the people who have been involved in them. The film is very educational and it's very easy to understand. The main subject is how the Olympics have affected the Brazilian society. The film does a great job in bringing up the social and political aspects of the Olympics. The film is a must see. It gives you a better understanding of the Olympics and how they have affected the lives of the people in Brazil. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in watching it.

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Eric Baker

I was extremely impressed with the quality of the film and the quality of the editing. The transitions between the different chapters were very fluid. The plot was very well done and was really interesting. The subjects were very interesting. They were not only about the problem of alcoholism, but also about the dangers of alcohol and the issues related to the problem of alcoholism. This is a documentary that really can not be missed. I strongly recommend it.

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Olivia C.

While the general public is being fed a diet of sensationalist news reports and constant propaganda from the government, the poor are being forced to face the truth, this documentary takes a different approach. Rather than simply focusing on the negative aspects of the drug war, this documentary explores the positives and points of view of those who have taken drugs. A few highlights are the interviews with a former dealer, a former friend and the founder of a cannabis community. The film also discusses the politics surrounding the drug war and shows how the policy has negatively affected the lives of the people affected. The biggest misconception about the drug war is that the government forces people to take drugs. The truth is that it's the people who are being forced to take drugs. The documentary is very well done and should be a part of any student's drug education curriculum. While the documentary is about the positive aspects of drug use, the film does show that the negative aspects are equally as damaging. While the majority of people are negative about the drug war, there are many people who are positive about it.

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Susan Franklin

I had heard about this documentary for years. The man who made it was very passionate about it and had a very personal story to tell. I was very happy to finally see it. There were a few flaws in the presentation. The editing was sloppy and the narration was often difficult to understand. But, all of the issues were covered and that is the beauty of the documentary. It was a very personal story that was told by a very passionate person. I don't know if it was the same man, but the man was very passionate about the topic. I have a hard time believing that this man was not alive. I hope that he was. The documentary was a must-see for anyone interested in this subject.

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Evelyn Wagner

My favorite documentary. The story of the humble beginnings of a movie studio in Croatia is told with great insight and humor. The acting, cinematography, production, and editing are all top notch. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who loves movies.

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Jacqueline R.

A well done documentary about the troubled relationship between the Russian and Swedish governments. The film covers the years leading up to the fall of the Soviet Union, covering the difficulties faced by both countries in the wake of the collapse. The film also shows the government's attempts to rehabilitate the economy by creating jobs and improving the environment. It also discusses the reasons why some Russian families did not want to have their children removed from the country, due to fear of being ostracized. The film is a powerful story about a country that is a big part of world history, but which is still struggling with the legacy of communism.

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A good documentary should be able to surprise you. This documentary did exactly that. I wasn't expecting a lot, but I was surprised to find out how it all went down. The documentary is basically the story of the scandal surrounding the purchase of the control of the state oil company, Sredna. It is a story that has been told many times before, but never in this fashion. The film shows how the scandal unfolded, but at the same time it is also about the people involved. It is a good combination of both. It was a good documentary and I recommend it.

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Laura Peters

I've always been a big fan of independent cinema and the book is a must read for anyone interested in the genre. A lot of the stuff is still quite relevant and you can see the state of the film industry and the problems it faces in today's world. It's a great film that also contains some very interesting information on the film industry and the problems it faces. I don't know if I would call it a "documentary" or a documentary, it's more like a long discussion of some of the main points that I have learned from the book. Some of the material is a bit dated and the last part is a bit hard to understand but overall I thought it was a really good film. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who likes independent cinema or is interested in the industry. It's a great movie to get into the film industry or to get inspired about the film industry. It's also a great movie to watch if you want to learn more about the film industry.

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Harold T.

I found this film very interesting and a must see for anyone who is interested in the region. There are some really good points to the film, such as the interviews with people who have been in the region and their stories. There is also a good amount of information about the region and it's culture. One of the interviewees is a woman who was in the country for two years and was trying to find her husband. She ended up marrying a man from the village who lived in a tent on the beach and was so poor that he was forced to take food from the local people. The women of the village were all very religious and did not eat meat or drink alcohol. The film is very well done and I think it is a very interesting look at the region. It is not too long, but there is enough information to keep the viewer interested.

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The history of the Yugoslavian political system is a fascinating story. It is told with documentary style, in a way that makes it more interesting than you might think. The only problem is that it is a very long documentary. In addition, the film is quite difficult to follow. The events are presented in a very slow, methodical fashion, and the narration is sometimes hard to follow. I would have preferred to see the film in a more conventional, more accessible way. This film would have been an excellent introduction to the subject, but it would have also been a great success as an educational tool.