A nostalgic, poignant documentary, Cinema Komunisto , with its stunning archival footage, is fascinating and enlightening in its championing of a nation that's gone, but should certainly not be forgotten.
| Original Score: 4/5
Plenty of diverting anecdotes and intriguing talking heads, but not much deep penetration into the events and issues depicted or their wider impact.
| Original Score: 3/5
The irreverence pays off in some gobsmacking anecdotes, all backed by archive footage.
Mila Turajlic's Cinema Komunisto is a Serbian documentary that explores a fascinating piece of history little known outside Eastern Europe.
| Original Score: 3/4
A great way to get the inside track on loads of weirdo sixties war movies without having to sit through them.
A brash, diverting and slightly disorganised documentary that reveals how closely Yugoslavian cinema was tied to the Tito regime.
[A] sad, but fascinating story ...