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|The Deer Hunt|
|Directed by||Fadil Hadžić|
|Written by||Fadil Hadžić|
|Starring|| Boris Dvornik |
|Music by||Nikica Kalogjera|
|Edited by||Radojka Tanhofer|
|10 January 1972|
The Deer Hunt (Lov na jelene) is a Yugoslav film directed by Fadil Hadžić. It was released in 1972.
Cinema of Yugoslavia was the cinema of Yugoslavia.
Fadil Hadžić was a Bosnian-Croatian film director, screenwriter, playwright and journalist, mainly known for his comedy films and plays. He was of Bosnian origin, but mainly lived and worked in Croatia, and was well known throughout Yugoslavia.
Boris Dvornik was a Croatian actor.
Zilha Bajraktarević, known professionally as Silvana Armenulić, was a Yugoslav singer-songwriter and actress from Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of the most prominent commercial folk music and traditional sevdalinka singers in Yugoslavia. She is called the "Queen of Sevdalinka". Her life was cut short when she died in a car crash at the age of 37, but she continues to be well regarded in the region and she is recognized for her unique singing style and voice. Armenulić's song "Šta će mi život", written by her friend and contemporary Toma Zdravković, is one of the best-selling singles from the former Yugoslavia.
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Acting Hamlet in the Village of Mrduša Donja is a 1973 Yugoslav drama film directed by Krsto Papić, and based on Ivo Brešan's play of the same name.
Here is a 2003 Croatian film directed by Zrinko Ogresta.
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