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Circus Columbia is a film of genre Drama directed by Danis Tanović released in USA on 20 december 2010 with Miki Manojlović

Circus Columbia (2010)

Circus Columbia
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Released in USA 20 december 2010
Length 1h53
Directed by
Genres Drama,    Comedy,    Romance
Rating72% 3.6454153.6454153.6454153.6454153.645415

Cirkus Columbia is a 2010 Bosnian drama film starring Miki Manojlović, Mira Furlan, Boris Ler and Jelena Stupljanin. The film is set in the Herzegovina part of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the early 1990s, after the dissolution of Yugoslavia, and slightly before the Yugoslav Wars. It tells an emotional story of a man coming back to his hometown after many years abroad and dealing with his past and current family, using the political dealings of the region as a backdrop. It is based on the novel Cirkus Columbia by well known Bosnian Croat writer Ivica Đikić.

Actors

Miki Manojlović

(Divko Buntić)
Mira Furlan

(Lucija)
Milan Štrljić

(Ranko Ivanda)
Ines Fančović

(Starica)
Svetislav Goncić

(Savo)
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