Friday, 24th November 2017

17.10.2017. New Adapted Film in Our Library

      Screening of a domestic film “The Samurai in Autumn” in a version adapted for our users, will be held in the hall of the Montenegro State Lending Library for the Visually Impaired on Wednesday, 18th October, beginning at 19 h.
 
 Interactive adaptation of the film will be performed live by our associate, high school teacher Igor Tomić (pronunciation: Tommeech).


About the film:

     “The Samurai in Autumn” is a Serbian film of 2016 directed by Danilo Bećković (pronunciation: Bechkovich). Screenplay was made by Dimitrije Vojnov (pronunciation: Dimitriye Voynov). “The Samurai in Autumn” is a romantic comedy with elements of sports film.

    Lead role, Vladica (pronunciation: Vladitsa), played by Petar Strugar (pronunciation: Pehtar Stroogar), is a professional karateka, a charming merrymaker who used to be a big talent, but did not make any career because of his being too much inclined to nightlife. After completing his career, he turns back to his hometown and falls in love with Snežana (pronunciation: Snehzhana), played by Hristina Popović (pronunciation: Popovich), and becomes attached to her and her son Vukašin (pronunciation: Vukahshin). Vladica wants to take care of them, but realises that he can only do karate. His search for job that would enable him to take care of the family he has just began to create brings him into a series of hilariously comic situations.

Lead roles: Petar Strugar, Hristina Popović, Nikola Kojo (pronunciation: Koyo), Sergej Trifunović, Andrija Milošević (pronunciation: Andria Miloshevich)...

MONTENEGRO STATE LENDING LIBRARY FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED
St. Radosava Burica 9
Podgorica,Montenegro

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