Grbavica: The Land of My Dreams 2006

Grbavica: The Land of My Dreams (2006)

Evaluation: 7 (Votes: 31)

Movie Drama, History "Grbavica: The Land of My Dreams" Torrent is rated with 7 points out of 10 on IMDb (Internet Movie Database) according to 31 ratings by critics. Film is released in 2006-03-01 by Coop 99 Filmproduktion, Deblokada, Jadran Film, Noirfilm, . The main stars are Mirjana Karanović, Luna Mijović, Leon Lučev, Jasna Beri, Dejan Aćimović, Bogdan Diklić, Ermin Bravo, Semka Sokolović-Bertok, Emir Hadžihafizbegović, Jasna Žalica, Vanesa Glođo, Nada Đurevska, Emina Muftić, . The length of the whole piece is 90 minutes.

Original title: Grbavica
Genres: Drama, History
Release date 2006-03-01
Duration: 90 Min
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina,Austria,Germany,Croatia
State: Released

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Ken Fox

MetaScore: 88 Autor: Ken Fox

Bolstered by a beautifully shaded performance by Karanovic as a woman attempting to escape the torments of her past while securing a future for her daughter, Zbanic's film begs a pretty complex question: Is a love story possible in the aftermath of torture and genocide? The answer appears to be a tentative yes, both on the levels of the film and filmmaking, but it isn't easy.

Philip Kennicott

MetaScore: 70 Autor: Philip Kennicott

The power of "Grbavica" is not the arc of its story line, but the fullness of the world Zbanic creates.

Andrew O'Hehir

MetaScore: 60 Autor: Andrew O'Hehir

Zbanic is such an acute observer of women's lives in their intimate details, and constructs such fine scenes, that I think this might be the best film to emerge from the aftermath of the Balkan conflict.

Lisa Schwarzbaum

MetaScore: 75 Autor: Lisa Schwarzbaum

The dramatic conflicts are soapy and unsubtle, but Karanovic pours intense authority into Esma's scarred psyche.

Michael Wilmington

MetaScore: 88 Autor: Michael Wilmington

Zbanic, who lived through the Bosnian war in Sarajevo, is an unusual talent. Here, she makes us feel the hell her characters once lived through as well as the leftover, stinging pain of today.

Russell Edwards

MetaScore: 40

Central performance by Mirjana Karanovic is instantly endearing. Unfortunately, film coasts on thesp's ability to evoke sympathy and leaves her stranded in this yarn that's all setup and little payoff.

Ella Taylor

MetaScore: 70

Grbavica is a womanly movie in the best sense: Zbanic has a deeply feminine sense of how crisis gets filtered through the domesticity of daily life.

Kenneth Turan

MetaScore: 80 Autor: Kenneth Turan

While excellent films like Danis Tanovic's Oscar-winning "No Man's Land" and Vinko Bresan's "Witnesses" have dealt with the war itself, few have dealt with the aftermath, and none with the aching power and empathy of Grbavica: The Land of My Dreams.

Walter Addiego

MetaScore: 75 Autor: Walter Addiego

A moving but flawed premiere feature.

Dana Stevens

MetaScore: 60

Grbavica is a surprisingly vibrant, at times even joyous, study of the way life goes on even after the most intolerable suffering.