Wild Angels (1969 film)

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Wild Angels (Divlji anđeli) is a 1969 Croatian film directed by Fadil Hadžić, starring Božidar Orešković, Mladen Crnobrnja and Igor Galo.

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Inspired by crime movies, three young men decide to rob a store. With the stolen money, they go to a seaside resort to have some fun, but after a while the police tracks them down. [1]

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References

  1. Pavičić, Jurica (June 2003). "Igrani filmovi Fadila Hadžića" (PDF). Hrvatski filmski ljetopis (in Croatian) (34): 3–38. Retrieved 12 November 2014.