Thundering Mountains

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Thundering Mountains (Nevesinjska puška)
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1963
CountryFlag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia
Language Serbo-Croatian

Nevesinjska puška (English title: "Thundering Mountains") is a 1963 Yugoslav film directed by Žika Mitrović and written by Slavko Goldstein and Miomir 'Miki' Stamenkovic. It tells about Herzegovina Uprising (1875–77), which was led by ethnic Serbs against the harsh regime of Ottoman Empire.

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