Tito and Me (1993)





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Goran Markovic's semi-autobiographical Tito and Me is the story of a 10-year-old named Zoran (Dimitrie Vojnov), who is growing up in Belgrade in 1954. Zoran is obsessed with Yugoslavia's dictatorial leader, "Comrade Tito," and over the course of the film, the young boy learns that worshipping idols is a naive, foolhardy practice. Tito and Me is the last film to be made in Yugoslavia before the country was torn apart by a civil war in the early '90s. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi
Art House & International , Comedy
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Anica Dobra
as Mother
Bogdan Diklic
as Zoran's Uncle
Olivera Markovic
as Grandmother
Vesna Trivalic
as The Instructor
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Critic Reviews for Tito and Me

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Audience Reviews for Tito and Me

Tito and Me (1992) - Set in 1954 Yugoslavia, this is the story of a 10 year old and his obsession over the leader of his country, Marshall Tito. The story revolves around a country enveloped in communist-inspired fear and loathing; a boy?s slow dawning awareness of the madness, and his personal triumph in seeing himself through it all. The movie is very clever and the story excellent. The screenplay's acidic political satire, and the overweight boy's obsession over Tito, and where that leads him, is brilliant comedy. Sweet movie.

Rich Brown
Rich Brown

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