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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
The Other Side of Everything, A másik oldal, L'envers d'une histoire, Po drugiej stronie drzwi, Die andere Seite von Allem, Kaiken toinen puoli, Die andere Seite von allem
Running Time
1 hours 40 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography
Mila Turajlic
Mila Turajlic
Mila Turajlic, Mladen Kostic, Mira Boskic, Srbijanka Turajlic
Germany, Serbia, Hungary, France, Qatar
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, 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 documentary «Druga strana svega» (22)

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I saw this documentary with my wife (who was in hospital for her first kidney transplant) and her son, who was diagnosed with a terminal kidney disease, at our local cinema. This was a rare and heartbreaking experience for both of us. The documentary was shown in a cinema that was packed with people, and I can say that there were not many people left at the end of the movie. I had never heard of this documentary before, so I was surprised to see that it was such a powerful and moving story. The story follows an intense series of events during the transplant operation, in which the son is 'pulled' from life support. The film is told in the same fashion that you would watch a feature film, with a focus on the events as they unfolded, and what was happening in the family. The family were very open about the family, so that they could not hide any of the events from the audience. In fact, they were the first to come to the cinema with their children, and I hope that they will see the documentary, so that they can learn from it, and make it a memory that they will cherish forever.

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Kyle Valdez

The setting is a small but thriving community of Estonian Jews. The story is set in the 1930s, a time when the regime was cracking down on ethnic groups that were considered "undesirables." The movie shows how people have adapted to this and how this has affected their lives. There are stories of these people from other parts of the world, such as Russia and Yugoslavia. This was an important period in the history of the Estonian Jews, because they had to be ready to leave their homeland and their families behind. As a film, the filmmakers have done a very good job. They have taken the time to show many different perspectives of the story, and have integrated some historical footage, such as this one. It has been interesting to see how the director has taken time to explain some of the key events. This makes it easy for the viewer to understand what is happening. The movie also has a very good soundtrack, featuring the works of Robert E. Howard and other composers. The use of the music and the cinematography have been a very good combination, to produce a powerful film. The production values were very good, but the film itself was a bit slow, and a bit too long. It could have used a shorter running time, and it could have included more of the historical footage. The ending was very powerful, but it could have been longer, or they could have used it more effectively. All in all, I am very happy that they have made a film about the Jews in Estonia. I hope that other people will see this film and appreciate the cultural significance that the Jews in Estonia have had on Estonia.

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This film is a must for anyone who has a chance to see it. I would have never seen it if it wasn't for the fact that the two main players are Croatian/Serbian actors and the country of origin for both actors is Croatia. And so is the country of origin for the main character in the film. But for me it was a different story. I was not familiar with the two main actors, but I know some Croatian actors. I had the chance to meet one of them during the filming of the film. And that is one of the main reasons why I came to see this movie. To see the life of a great artist. I was not disappointed. The film was very interesting and the facts were not that far from what I saw in my country. The two main actors spoke great Croatian and I think they did a great job. The interviewees were not familiar with the Croatian/Serbian ethnic makeup. I think that this film will be one of the best in the history of Croatia. I hope that it will open the eyes of many to see that there is a lot more to the people of that country than what is shown in the film.

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Sara Wade

It's sad to say, but it is true: even those who have achieved greatness in their lives - even the ones who are not as rich or as successful as their fellow human beings - still suffer from some form of mental illness. And this is why film is so important, in the way that it can make us understand this and learn to cope with this. "It is not only the consequences of the small things that can hurt us; it is also the very act of committing these little things that can bring us pain and suffering," says Max Schueller (director), in the film "Stark Encounters." It's easy to criticize the film-makers in general, but I have to say that I found their passion, and the way they were able to bring this subject matter to life, to be quite convincing. The documentary "Stark Encounters" is the story of four people from different backgrounds, and their experience with mental illness. They were also friends, but not always. They talked about their troubles and hopes as they were, but also as they were. It is almost impossible to not become emotionally attached to these characters, and the way in which they speak about their illnesses and how they deal with them is extremely moving. The directors say that it is very difficult to make a film about mental illness, because it's not easy to put into words what they go through. It's not easy to portray people who are mentally ill as real, because the way in which they are portrayed is not realistic. For example, if a person has a child, it is quite normal to want to watch over her. It is not necessarily wrong, but it is not real. But when it comes to mental illness, we have to do it, because it is not only a part of a person's life, but the life of a whole community. And, as the film points out, mental illness is something that affects the whole community. I think that this film, and the people who were involved in it, did a fantastic job of presenting their story. It was a very honest and true portrayal of their experiences. The interviews with each person were very moving and helped to tell the story. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is interested in mental illness, because it's a very interesting topic and there is so much information and films out there. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about mental illness. I would also recommend it to people who are interested in culture, because the themes of culture, of identity, of belonging, of beauty and of self-esteem are very important to learn. For me, this is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It's a very good film that tells a very important story. "It is not only the consequences of the small things that can hurt us; it is also the very act of committing these little things that can bring us pain and suffering." - Max Schueller

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Betty Adams

A sobering look at a story that is slowly dying in many countries. The government is trying to kill the story's main characters, and only in the last few days they are able to publish the final results of the study. It is a clear message that a story can be made much better, and in the end this movie is a great way to get the message across. From its first moments, it is clear that it is a work of art. It is an exploration of a story that is in a kind of limbo. The documentaries in general are about life and the limits of human knowledge, while "The Bitter Sake" is about the boundaries that should be respected. It is a fantastic movie that I hope will be studied in schools in the future, and I hope that one day we will learn something new about this story.

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While reading some of the reviews on here I have to say that I think some of these people are just looking to get some "expertise" on the matter. This film is just about as "experienced" as you can get. All the interviews are very well done and well put together. I think it's safe to say that this film will make people think about their own health. It's very powerful stuff. It's an excellent document of a time in the lives of many people. I don't think there's anything to be ashamed of as a society for having no health care. If you're going to watch this film be prepared to look around and realize that there's so much we don't know about our health. I think it's time to put some of the knowledge that we have gained into the hands of a medical profession that's had to deal with this many times over the last hundred years.

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Kevin R.

This documentary is a beautifully shot and edited account of the life of cinema's most enigmatic, and perhaps most important, figure, Italian avant-garde director Federico Fellini. The film covers all of his films and the archive footage that fell within the director's family's reach, mostly through a friendship with family member and friend Vittorio Storaro. Fellini's films are a sort of fictional fairy-tale of artistic spirit and animation. Their subject is eccentric and just as outlandish as it may be in a world that has produced some of the world's greatest art. There is no question that Fellini is unique in his own world. For those familiar with Fellini's style, his work, and his biography, they will be overwhelmed by the brilliance and genius of Fellini's films. Fellini is the cinematic equivalent of the visual world that we know. Whether it be the compositions in "Rabid," the way the camera moves to capture the character's feelings, or the style of the music that plays when we see a scene, Fellini's movies shine as the art of the mind. Fellini's unique style and his ability to make characters seem real and complex is what makes him unique. Fellini is one of the world's greatest artists and a cinematic genius. It is unfortunate that Fellini's films were not included in a larger retrospective of Fellini's work. We see in the film a number of Fellini films from the '60's, which we have only ever seen in their entirety. "Fellini" was recently released on DVD and we are proud to see that Fellini's film is now being re-released on Blu-Ray. It is well worth the time spent to see this film.

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Director Stjepan K. Bicic has produced a very well made documentary about the recent financial crisis in Europe, his film makes a very good point, a very important point: that our financial system is very vulnerable to crisis. The only difference is that the crisis has been caused by the banks, not the companies. That's why the documentary is very important, because if it's a documentary about banking or corporations, the point of view is very controversial, but if it's a documentary about the banks and the financial system it's more neutral. The documentary is very well made, in particular the last part is a little bit boring, but that is only because of the length of the documentary. The film has many interesting and unique points of view, but that's why it's very good.

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This film is the first documentary film I have ever seen, and in my opinion, is a very nice documentary to watch. It is a film about relationships and everyday life of a rich man who has gone to the OAS in order to have money. The documentary focuses on the life of the rich man and how he becomes a much better person as a result of his efforts. I think the most interesting aspect of this film is the interviews with people who are in the upper echelon of the upper class of America. The interviews are mostly with the rich people who have had relations with him, and this made the documentary very interesting. I think the interviewees have different views on the way he acted and this is where the film gets interesting. The interviews were informative and they focused more on how he treats the people he had relationships with. Another interesting aspect of this film is the man himself. He is the first person who said that the reason he does not have a son is because he has only one child, but I think that the film and the interviews are interesting because he is the first person to say this, and I think the film is also very interesting because it is very different from other films on the subject. I think the film is interesting because it is different, and it is very good because it gives the viewers a different point of view on the subject of money.

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The movie is in Swedish, but I've translated the movie as if it was a documentary and made it into a Netflix-style documentary about Russia. The movie was brilliant and very moving. If you can't understand Swedish, just look it up for yourself and watch it. I don't think it will be easy to understand. It will not be easy to understand for people that are not fluent in Russian. However, for most people that speak Russian, it will be a very easy transition.

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I am deeply touched by the utter honesty and sincerity of this movie. It has opened my eyes to the power of spiritual healing in all walks of life. In the time we have, I believe this film will be regarded as a landmark of its kind. I hope to see it again in the future.

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Wayne Soto

This film was a surprise for me because I am not a soccer fan and didn't know of its existence. I never expected to see a documentary about a woman playing professional soccer but seeing a woman on a team I thought this would be an interesting documentary. The film features interviews with women and girls on the various teams in the Eastern European leagues (like the Czech Republic's amateur team), various coaches and players, and details about the many changes in the sport, most of which were positive. There are very few interviews with the men's teams, but the interviews with the women are very well done. There is an exchange between a former Czech player and a member of the Czechoslovakian team that shows that the sport is still changing and this topic was really interesting to me. I did not expect that I would be made interested in soccer again after watching this documentary. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is a soccer fan, whether you are a fan of the Czech national team or not, or if you are a woman, because there is not much that one can say about soccer in this film that is negative. I would also recommend this film to anyone who is into looking at the past of the sport, whether it is a football or soccer fan, because there are some interesting clips from the past that are not in the documentary that may help explain the process in the Eastern European leagues.

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Christine Brewer

Portugal. The Man has been the subject of much fascination since the country was rocked by the story of Joao Loureiro da Silva. After his untimely death in 2006, the documentary "Joao Loureiro da Silva: Vida o Vide" (Juan Manuel Oort) won a best picture Oscar for this taut, psychological portrait of the man. The documentary is short, ten minutes, and it's very well done. You're not sitting there and thinking about what was going on in the life of a man and what the heck was he doing with his life. You're simply watching a man and an incredible story unfold and what you're seeing is very much like a documentary. The film is also very visual and amazing. The shots are so intense and incredibly well made that you can't help but become absorbed in the film. The last thing I'll say is that this is a documentary and not a documentary on the man. The man is so amazingly talented and can't even express himself through this film. The man's story is real. If you're interested in Portuguese, Brazilian movies, or just want to feel and get involved with a very important story, then "Juan Manuel Oort: Vida o Vide" is an incredibly powerful documentary. I think you'll be very satisfied with it.

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Samantha Alexander

In the 21st century, it's hard to get any basic information about the gas that burned for three days in Khatun, Iran. This documentary is the first of a series, which will be followed by several others. It was made on a small budget, but this is what made the project possible. There are no commercial interests involved. The films were filmed in Iran, but the footage is from other countries. The stories are remarkable and you feel the pain and suffering of these people. This film has many moving moments, which you will never forget. And you will never forget the human touch and the profound suffering. It is also a warning about a world that is nearing its end. The most important message that this film delivers is that we must be grateful for our lives. This documentary is worth seeing by everyone. I hope it will be shown in several places, and that everyone will see it. And please share this message. Thank you.

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Amy F.

An elderly man from the former Yugoslavia gives an award to a girl from Kosovo, to the effect that her art is important. The girl (Tatjana Rytjovska) tells a story that spans from the years when Yugoslavia divided. What I want to point out is how this story is told. It's told by a man from the former Yugoslavia, who was in charge of the region. The man talks to his grandchildren and tells of the glory days of Yugoslavia, and the suffering and destruction of the region. We hear from many people from the former Yugoslavia. Even the children of the former Yugoslav army say that they are proud to have served and died for their country. Most of the stories were told in a humorous tone, not serious. The biggest problem with this documentary is that it never goes into the reality of the situation in the former Yugoslavia, which was never "serious". It's a great achievement that such a story is told and allowed to be seen.

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Anna S.

A Finnish study group has tried to prove that heroin overdose victims had originally been given heroin by their families in the past. So-called and deadly birthdays are indicated in their case histories, but the other methods of overdose are excluded. The results are astonishing: almost all the drug-addicted victims had been used to heroin and many had died as a result of withdrawal. So, is the myth of the birthdays real? The documentary includes a description of the most prominent case in the film and a discussion of the dangers of using heroin. The characters who lost their loved ones and decided to end their heroin addiction are interviewed and even then the idea of the drugs' making them addicted is raised. Then, the subjects have to make an honest decision whether to continue the drug-using, the talk turns to the police officers, physicians and psychologists who were themselves addicted. The movie ends with a question-and-answer session where we learn that the children and grandchildren of addicts may be affected, and the social work student has to see her own self. The final twist is that some of the addicts even have started to make it a point to tell their own stories.

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The second year in a post-communist East German hospital was an experience for the young doctors. The patients that year had been no less than hundreds. One doctor wanted to know the average age of their patients. The end was not as clear as it seemed. Was the doctors older than the patients? Was the patients dying younger? Did they not leave their children? Was there a connection between their babies and the patients? Was there a connection between their babies and the doctors? With the help of a film crew and the diaries of the doctors, this documentary reveals the extremes of love and conflict. It is the story of nurses with unusual relationships. I am not familiar with the personage of Dr. Dieter Graf, so I cannot say if he was right or wrong, but I can say that his approach to the patients he cared for seemed to me to be compassionate and helpful. It might also be that the patients themselves were being seen as a form of spirit. The film presents him as the symbol of a sort of calm and acceptance that allowed all of us to take a breath and breathe in the midst of chaos.

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Jean Henry

You don't really need to be a Yugoslavian or a member of the Serbian political party to watch this documentary. The problem is that many people don't understand what the difference is between the two countries. Therefore, this documentary can be a little boring for those people. For the rest of the world, it is a lot more interesting and probably even a lot more interesting than if you're not already interested in the Balkans. One of the most interesting facts in the documentary is that a former president of the country, Josip Broz Tito, actually was responsible for the ethnic cleansing of Bosnia from the Croats in the early 80s. And that was the real reason for the war. The facts about the ethnic cleansing of Bosnia are pretty well documented by the way. It is also interesting to hear how the Serbian people and the Serbs in Bosnia feel about the current government in Serbia. The documentary also points out the possibility of an independent Serbia from Serbia and the chances for future Serbs to win elections. But it is interesting to know that many Serbs in Bosnia aren't enthusiastic about the idea of an independent Serbia. This documentary definitely makes you think a little bit about the problems and people of the Balkans and their country. On the other hand, the documentary could also be a little boring for the average viewer.

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Janet Owens

I have seen this movie once, and it didn't really affect me that much. The documentary style kept me interested, and the color of the photos was quite good. The story itself is a bit far-fetched, but the pictures are really well done, making this a good watch.

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Brittany R.

Why does everybody seem to hate this movie? I mean, it's not THAT bad, in fact, it's very good. It's not a documentary, but it's well made. There are a lot of shocking scenes, in particular the one that the doctor was about to tell the daughter about the little boy. That was the most shocking. He was afraid of dying and didn't want to die, so he kept on his word and told his wife that he wanted to leave and keep on living. It was very emotional, but I felt that it should have been longer. I think the movie should have been 4 hours long, because there were lots of things that were missing in it. It's a very good movie, and I recommend it to everybody.

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Jesse Carpenter

One of the best films I have seen in a long time. A very personal look at the forces and ways that lead to the corruption that is the topic of this movie. As many people know, the 'War on Drugs' is a term used to describe an economic war that is targeted at bringing the drug cartels to the back seat and making them do what they want. This movie is an epic look at the war on drugs and what it does to the American people. With stunning visuals, the film shows the tragedy that the United States is facing with the most powerful drug cartel on the planet. One of the most important points in the movie is how corrupt our government is in dealing with the drug cartels and the corruption it causes. The movie shows the great lengths that the cartels go to to get what they want. They go to many lengths to keep their power and money. They commit many crimes such as murder, kidnapping, and many other things. It shows that the cartels are not just about money but rather they have many agendas that they want to make sure that their system has. The movie is really about the United States government and how they will do anything to keep the cartels in control. The movie really makes the point that there are other countries that are interested in taking over the drug cartels and they are not interested in doing so for money. This movie will bring more people to the discussion about the issue and make the government change their actions.

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This is an honest, compassionate look at a remarkable history of the internal politics of the USSR during the world war 2. The Soviet Union was at this point the leader of the most powerful nation on the planet and the final mission of the Warsaw Pact and its Warsaw empire was to win the war and provide a safe haven for the Jews of Europe. This documentary was a pioneering story that was bound to make it's mark in the lives of many, including one of the key events that affected the entire war, the victory of the "Liberators" over the Nazi German soldiers in the battle of Stalingrad. It was also a story that was affected millions of lives and was a testament to the heroism of the Soviet soldiers, the heroism of their families and the patriotism that led the United States into the war on the side of the Soviet Union. The film is filmed in a moving and honest way that is true to the original and authentic feel of the real events. With few exceptions, the Soviet soldiers in the film have been changed to a small group of students and is usually in black and white, making it difficult to determine where this was filmed. The locales and the subjects of the film are from the Soviet Union and the specific country and town the documentary is filmed in is shown on screen. The film is completely made up, filmed and edited in Prague, Czech Republic. Some of the interviews are in Russian with English subtitles. The film takes its name from the leading newspapers and is the official name of the film in the Czech Republic.