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Fine Dead Girls (Fine mrtve djevojke)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama, Suspense/Thriller
Release Date:January 1, 2002
Running time:77 minutes
Cast:Olga Pakalovic, Nina Violic, Kresimir Mikic, Inge Apelt, Ivica Vidovic
Director:Dalibor Matanic
Writer:Dalibor Matanic, Mate Matisic

Description: Dalibor Matanic directs the fast-paced Croatian film noir Fine Dead Girls. Looking for a small place to live together, medical student Iva (Olga Pakalovic) and her girlfriend Marija (Nina Violic) move into an apartment building in Zagreb filled with addicts, abusers, prostitutes, and other creepy characters. Landlords Olga (Inge Appelt) and Blaz (Ivica Vidovic) are no more friendly than the rest of their neighbors, and their delinquent son, Daniel (Kresimir Mikic), is overly attracted to Iva despite his homophobia. Eventually, Marija's intolerant father tries to sabotage the two girls, leading to a violent conclusion.~ Andrea LeVasseur, All Movie Guide

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