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Serbian Film Hits Polish Cinemas
October 31, 2013   
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The Whirlpool, a Serbian drama set in war-torn Yugoslavia, will be out in theaters across Poland Nov. 8.

The Whirlpool (Polish title Wir), directed by Bojan Vuk-Kosovcević, was first shown in Poland in January 2012 during the Eye on the Balkans festival. This October, it was also shown at the 29th Warsaw Film Festival.

Set in the mid-1990s in Belgrade, Serbia, the movie consists of the intertwined stories of three childhood friends. Each story takes place over 48 hours, a time that sometimes is enough to turn a person’s entire life inside out.

The three main characters are about to enter adulthood and doing their best to make sense of the whirlwind of events around them. Each story has a different title. “How Hatred Is Born” follows Bogdan, the leader of a skinhead gang. “The Fall of the Idol” centers on Kale, a former sniper who joins a gang. Finally, “The Whirlpool” is about a graffiti artist called Count. Once forced to join the military, he is unable to recover from his war trauma.
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