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Action Karaula Poster. A small .. The beginning of the film is quite funny, but in the middle it turns into a drama and in the end it becomes tragedy. The story is . The Border Post (Serbo-Croatian: Karaula) is a comedy-drama produced in international The film ends with Siniša returning home, visibly shaken. production: Film and Music Entertainment, Vertigo, Refresch Production (BA), Sektor Film (MK), Propeler Trieste FF: Free Will and Karaula top feature winners.
1 Jan Movie Info. Emir Hadzihafisbegovic stars in Croatian writer-director Rajko Grlic's madcap farce Border Post (AKA Karaula) as Lt. Pasic, a soldier. Border Post (Karaula) is the tenth feature film by Rajko Grlić, one of the best Yugoslav/Croatian directors, who belongs to the well-known Prague School of. Karaula. Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, FYR Macedonia, UK, Serbia back | print EFA Feature Film Selection Winners · EFA Nominations.
A small border post on the Yugoslav-Albanian border in the spring of Frustrated and always drunk, lieutenant Pa?ic feels a strange pain in his groins. Karaula. Directed by: Rajko Grlić. Starring: Emir Hadžihafizbegović, Sergej Trifunović. Genres: Drama, War, Black Comedy, Romance. Rated the # best film. 7 Apr If any post Yugoslav film manages to be laced with the essence of that which went before it then it must be Rajko Grlić's work Karaula. KARAULA (). Film details. Featuring Countries. Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatia Macedonia Serbia Slovenia Montenegro. Year. Type. Film. Pula Film Festival | > Won Golden Arena (Best Actor in a Supporting Role): Emir Hadzihafisbegovic San Sebastián International Film Festival | SAN.