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Ok this time a bit different post from me. It's a Serbian movie that, in my humble opinion, is a must watch for those who are interested to understand peoples of ex-Yugoslavia, specifically Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Title: Nož (The Dagger)
Year: 1999

Story spans from 1941 to 1993, and I found subtitles that are in English, so hope you'll be OK to watch it. It's not an easy watch. I'm also including Wiki page about the movie.

It's not a Hollywood production style so may be refreshing to those who are interested in non-Western cinematography.

Wiki page:

I've packaged fixed subtitles and mp4 file into a ZIP archive, which you can dowload from here:
(Please be aware that link will be valid for 7 days, WeTransfer policy)

As a backup, here is Youtube link to complete movie, but subtitles there have some mistakes (which I've fixed in ZIP file above): ...

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