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Teret is a movie starring Leon Lucev, Pavle Cemerikic, and Tamara Krcunovic. Vlada works as a truck driver during the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999. Tasked with transporting a mysterious load from Kosovo to Belgrade, he drives...

Other Titles
Mahmouleh, A Carga, La carga, La Charge, Krovinys, The Load, Ładunek
Running Time
1 hours 38 minutes
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Ognjen Glavonic
Ognjen Glavonic
Leon Lucev, Pavle Cemerikic, Tamara Krcunovic, Ivan Lucev
Qatar, Iran, Croatia, Serbia, France
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Vlada works as a truck driver during the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999. Tasked with transporting a mysterious load from Kosovo to Belgrade, he drives through unfamiliar territory, trying to make his way in a country scarred by the war. He knows that once the job is over, he will need to return home and face the consequences of his actions.

Comments about drama «Teret» (6)

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I'm a relatively strong Christian woman, but the first time I watched this film I just had to say, "It's not that bad!" I agree with the movie's thesis. I'm not really sure what that is supposed to mean, but I like it. It's not a film that tries to be "social" or "spiritual" or "religious", but that's why I found it fascinating. The second time I watched it, I went out to go pick up a DVD of a Christian film called "Tentative". It is a beautifully filmed, beautifully written and beautifully directed film about two women who work in a "secular" humanist bakery in which the owner actually believes in God. She was disappointed with the outcome of the film, and so decided to make a different movie. I still enjoyed the story line, and the movie was actually quite interesting. I don't think that all the arguments in favor of the "ideal" way of life are wrong, because the religious ones are very good. If they were made with more sense, and without the outrageous exaggerations that are so common in the world today, I think they would be much more acceptable. I don't want to give too much away about the movie, but I just have to say that I think that a Christian film is something very different from anything you see on TV. I enjoyed this movie a lot, and I'm glad that it was available on DVD. And I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good story and a good film. (4/5 stars)

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Terry W.

You have got to have sympathy for the writer, director, and all the participants. Let me say that I have seen many movies of this genre and this is the first one I have seen of which I have not wished to leave the theatre. I give this movie a 9/10. It was very well shot and has a great sense of smell and its memorable sound effect. I have also been exposed to many film which has been unmemorable, but this one caught my attention because it had a story I could identify with. That was the key for me to watch this movie.

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Lauren O.

I had the pleasure of seeing Teret, a very interesting movie by the director Nehe Milner. I am not a big fan of the movie but thought it was good. It starts with a father who is looking for a wife for his three sons. He meets with a lady and after the meeting, they have an affair, with two other people. At the end of the film, they decide to split up but she asks if they will find each other in the next life. That was a good point of the movie. After watching it, I was very happy with the way the story goes and it made me think a lot about the life of marriage. I think that one of the reasons of the movie is its political points. When you go for a meeting, you want to be noticed. I think that this movie is very political and that makes it very interesting.

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Joan G.

I had the pleasure of seeing this movie at an art house screening. Although I'm not a fan of the way horror movies are done, I must admit that I enjoyed it. The only problem was that it was not as good as I had expected. However, I enjoyed it, and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys horror movies. The movie starts off well enough, but then it is ruined by a weak and annoying ending. I thought the movie could have used a little more depth. The movie could have made a lot more of the characters and their back story. The movie could have had a lot more punch to it. Overall, the movie is worth seeing, and I think it is a movie worth seeing. I would rate it a 7 out of 10.

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This film shows, from the beginning, that the term "white trash" comes from the oldest form of the word "rich". There are many whites who "disadvantaged" by the very nature of their existence, including, by the way, whites who don't want to be "white trash". But what is more, the film is concerned not with the social problems these white people experience, but with the struggles they must endure. They're forced to deal with the constant threat of eviction, and their families suffer from abuse, and violence. "White Trash" is not about what happens to the poor white trash, it is more about what happens to the white trash, the vulnerable ones. Thus, the film follows a young black man, Shun "Teret" Walker, in his struggle to find a job that can make a difference to his life, and the struggle of his family, as well. Teret is a pretty, eager, shy kid. He has always been a failure, and he starts to feel it in his family, as he tries to make friends, but is rejected because of his blackness, and as a result of the harassment he receives. There is no mercy in the film. Although he has a brother, who he tries to be a good brother, Teret is still very much in control. He takes his family to several places where they can be able to feel better, or to go to places where the bullies are unable to touch them. He even seeks out ways to become a "gangsta", and can't be helped. But Teret, though not a gangsta, still has a friend in a neighborhood gang, "White Trash Gang". And that's where he gets to be a leader. Teret is the white trash, or as they call him, "white trash". But it isn't just the nasty people who attack him, or the gang that tries to beat him up, but also the other people who he sees as "white trash". The whole movie is just a part of the larger picture, and it tells a story that we all have experienced. Sometimes, we all try to make the best of things. Sometimes, we have to look past what others expect from us. Sometimes, we don't have the skills we think we have, or we don't know how to react. This is part of the reason we all have to look after our families, to look after our friends. And that's just the beginning. When you see the movie, you can't help but feel sorry for Teret. He's miserable, and he's just trying to survive, but he has no idea how to deal with his situation. This movie is not easy to watch, but you won't be disappointed. The characters are so well made that you won't even notice their race. And the acting is superb. Especially from Tim Roth, as "White Trash Gang" leader, and Stanley Tucci as Teret

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Lisa Alvarez

A truly classic. With a starring role from the incredibly talented Tom Hanks (before his final demise), a "true" master of acting, and a beautiful cinematography of the mountains and valley and countryside, it's easily one of the most remarkable movies of the 1990's. Many have cited Tom Hanks' performance as "too "macabre and "gothic", but when you look at his performance in this movie, it is absolutely perfect, bringing out a great depth of emotional turmoil and self doubt within the human soul. There are so many wonderful things that Tom Hanks does in this movie, such as "taking the blame for not being as brave as you think you are", and "dying alone, trying to explain to his kids how he lost their mother". It was almost as if this movie was trying to touch all the feelings of each character, especially the young child. The young child becomes really, really "special" in this movie, and it's a truly touching moment. It makes you feel a lot for her. Also, it's an extremely powerful scene of two boys just sort of looking up at the stars, when one of them decides to put his finger on the sky and say "oh yeah! that's right, this is where you got that star!", it's just absolutely brilliant. So, in conclusion, I highly recommend this movie to anyone who has a love for art, and I can't really think of anything else I can say about this movie. I'm pretty sure you've seen it already.