He also feels its humour is forced and pandering while expressing doubt whether the movie will appeal to Croatian cinema-going public “because homophobia is not such a big problem in our country like it is in the neighbouring one”. Archived from the original on 6 November The same park was the gathering place for homosexuals, too. Not far from us, these neatly dressed family men with impeccable socialistic biographies were looking for partners. The movie soon reached the 18, admission tickets figure. Besides sharing the same location, we had just one more thing in common – both groups were repeated bashing targets for healthy looking, and “healthy” thinking young men. Seeing no other option, Limun decides to once again step in contact with his former companions, most of them who engaged in petty smuggling across the borders during the Yugoslav wars.
Now, when the film is done, I believe even more that Serbia badly needs this story injust as I believed, more than a decade ago, that my country needed a film that would speak about the war and guilt in a different voice from the official line. Radmilo performs a life-saving operation on Limun’s beloved bulldog, the victim of a drive-by shooting that served as warning to the dog’s master.
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The result of the pride was wounded policeman and hooligans and demolition of Belgrade’s downtown. The film has been accepted for the Berlinale ‘s Panorama programme as the only film from former Yugoslavia out of twenty that applied for the festival.
Paraxa, Croatian, Macedonian and Montenegrin media have reported on the success of The Parade as a domestic film]. Limun and Radmilo embark on a recruiting trip all over ex-Yugoslavia.
He wrote the first screenplay draft for Parada in before coming back to it in after failing to secure financing for his other film project titled The only success was that participants stayed alive. It’s just too bad its means are so boring”.
As it is, its only saving grace is that its noble aim justifies its means. After its first day of general release in the country on seven screens across Croatia, Parada was vkdeoteka by 1, people, which according to the local distributor is on par with Hollywood blockbuster openings in Croatia.
Tirana International film festival best director award – Srdjan Dragojevic, best editor award – Petar Markovic.
Moji filmovi mogu da budu opasni” [Srdjan Dragojevic: Supporting a movie, even as an extracurricular activity, is meddling in the school curriculum and that is serious stuff. And I must say I laughed a few times at some original jokes, but for that to truly work well, the movie must be good parsda a whole unit such as Maratonci In The Hollywood ReporterKarsten Kastelan writes, “In this hilarious, raunchy comedy directed by Srdjan Dragojevic, a homophobic gangster is charged with protecting a gay pride parade in Belgrade”.
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Der Spiegel in German. Despite the controversial subject, The Parade sold overtickets in Serbian cinemas in the first 11 weeks of distribution,in Croatia after 8 weeks, 25, in Slovenia, 40, in Bosnia-Herzegovina and 20, in Montenegro. Following the Catholic Church’s decision to ban the film in Dubrovnik, Parada got a notice videooteka Associated Press  as well as another one from Reuters.
The attempt ended in bloodshed – some thirty gay activists were brutally beaten up by football hooligans and neo-Nazis while the police just stood by doing nothing to stop this massacre.
Archived from the original on 27 November By early Marchthe film got a ‘golden ribbon’ in Slovenia for 25, admission tickets sold in the country’s theaters.
So far only Slovenian videotekz or co-productions were able to reach the figure, the last one being ‘s No Man’s Land.
On 25 January, the film started playing in theaters in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s other entity, Federacija BiHthough no special event premieres were held there. A decade later, nothing has improved in this regard. Not far from us, these neatly dressed family men with impeccable socialistic biographies were looking for partners.
Paraca film introduces a group of gay activists, trying to organize a pride parade in Belgrade. Over the following decades, Belgrade has seen much “weirder” looks than our silly clothing style that was just a mere revolt against the Socialist life. He further sees “this satirical comedy with a sad ending” as a “rough, arrogant, objective, and angry criticism of our society as well as the sociopathic nature of some inhabitants of former Yugoslavia who don’t mind being soaked in human blood up to their elbows, but won’t be caught dead shaking hands with a faggot”.
Archived from the original PDF on Besides sharing the same location, we had just one more thing in common – both groups were repeated bashing targets for healthy looking, and “healthy” thinking young men.
Inthere was even an attempt to organize the first Pride Parade in the history of Serbia. For me, folm process to finish this film was much more than regular film making. Archived from the original on Archived from the original on 6 November Retrieved 18 July