Crna macka, beli macor (Black Cat, White Cat) Reviews

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You're in for a treat.
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Black Cat, White Cat is a romp, and you either accept it, or you don't. For the most part we did, and happily.
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With all of the horrible things happening in the corner of the world once known as Yugoslavia, it's a pleasant change-of-pace to discover a comedy that transpires there.
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Black Cat, White Cat is not an example of Kusturica working at his most artful level, but it sure is nice to see that the director maybe has nine lives.
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Highly recommended and a splendid time is guaranteed for all.
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The feel of Cat is not only humorous and biting, but close to exquisite.
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There's nothing cynical or cold-hearted about Black Cat, White Cat. Like the waves of geese, pigs, goats, dogs and cats that sometimes threaten to overwhelm the human characters, it is recklessly, indescribably alive.
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