Marija Tocinoski

  • Bahrudin ‘Bato’ Cengic – Mali vojnici AKA Playing Soldiers (1967) (HD)

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    After the end of WW2 a blonde boy arrives at an orphanage made for the children of Partizans or people being killed in the war. The headmaster knows that the boy’s parents were Nazis but conceals that fact from others, fearing violence by vengeful children. He invents the boy’s life story, but the other children get suspicious.Read More »

  • Zivorad ‘Zika’ Mitrovic – Miss Stone (1958)

    IMDB rating: 8.3 / 10
    First color film made in Republic of Macedonia. Based on a true story.

    At the turn of the century, Macedonia is under the administration of the Ottoman Empire. Macedonian freedom fighters, in order to raise money for their cause, kidnap an American Protestant missionary – MIss Stone – and demand ransom for her return.

    Whilst among her kidnappers, Miss Stone, who originally set out to convert Macedonians to Protestantism, was herself converted to the Macedonain cause for national independence. After her release she returned to the US where she campaigned for the Macedonian cause. Too bad American public opinion at the time equated ‘ransom’ with the tactics of Chinese brigands who also kidnapped American missionaries.Read More »

  • Zivorad ‘Zika’ Mitrovic – Signali nad gradom AKA Signals Over the City (1960)

    The movie is based on true events that occured in Croatian city of Karlovac in 1941. In order to save the imprisoned high ranking member of the resistance movement, the group of Partizans are conducting daring raid in the very center of the enemy stronghold.Read More »

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