Balkan Spy

Balkan Spy

Balkanski špijun is a 1984 Yugoslav comedy/drama. Ilija Čvorović, a former Stalinist who spent several years in a prison on Goli otok, is contacted by the police to routinely answer questions about his tenant, Petar Markov Jakovljević, a businessman, who spent twenty years living in Paris, and now has returned to Belgrade to open a tailor shop. After only several minutes, Ilija is free to go, however, he is starting to suspect that his tenant might be a spy. As the movie goes on, his paranoia increases and more people gets involved: his wife, his daughter, his brother, Jakovljevic's friends.

Ilija Cvorovic, a reformed former Stalinist who spent several years in a prison as a political prisoner, is called in for a routine conversation. He returns home convinced that the police ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Balkan Spy torrent reviews

Jennifer N (ru) wrote: Good zombie movie for people that don't like zombie movies, very silly

Jeff R (ru) wrote: The greatest Rumanian film I've ever seen. A simple story has it's characters carry weights bigger than their individual lives. Excellent photography, music and acting.

Mary S (kr) wrote: Kids won't stop watching the trailer. Gotta see it!

My C (kr) wrote: Pierce redemption film.

David C (br) wrote: Pretty good!!! You would love this if you are a Naruto fan!!

TTT C (br) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up A solid sequel and a fun "B" movie overall.

Kelly S (ru) wrote: As B movies go, they don't get much better than this. Zany and fun, and several very real lol moments. You see the Cohen Brothers' brilliance in this.

Michel G (jp) wrote: Wonderful movie. A war between two species... This is very very real if you actually dealt with rats before... Excellent.

Rachael P (ru) wrote: A sprawling mess of a film but amusing at times.

John D (br) wrote: NOT even a Godzilla movie. Looks NOTHING like Godzilla. Maybe if they named it something else, it would have been better. like Zilla. Its not worthy of "God."

Hunter W (br) wrote: If not for its sequel, Batman Begins may be known as the definitive movie representation of the Batman. Bringing a sense of realism and grit not before seen in the genre, Batman Begins changed the game for the superhero movie and it has not looked back.

Yannick D (ca) wrote: Although it isn't without moments of intrigue, they are drowned out in would-be matrix action scenes, baffling product placement, silly direction, and the meanderings of an irritating lead character. Watch Ex Machina instead.