Digital ”The beauty of vice” shines in front of Belgrade audience

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If it were not for Živko Nikolić, the director of “The Beauty of Vice,” the customs and reality of the Montenegrin karst might have been forgotten. If it weren’t for the Vip Kinoteka project, maybe this masterpiece, as well as other film classics of domestic cinematography, would not have lived the new life they deserve. Our audience is more and more numerous with each screening and the project is getting more and more attention!

Under the open Kalemegdan sky, the cult achievement of the Serbian Fellini Živko Nikolić, “The Beauty of Vice,” had its premiere screening in its digitally restored version within the Vip Kinoteka project.

The Yugoslav classic from 1986 once gathered the great names of our theatre such as Petar Božović, Mira Furlan, Mira Banjac, Milutin Mime Karadžić, Miodrag Miki Krstović, Eva Ras, Vesna Pećanac, Bora Stijepanović, Dobrila Ćirković, Jasna Beri, Bora Begović, Milo Miranović, and others. The film is characterized as a comedy and, on the one hand, it very sincerely represents the traditional way of life in the Montenegrin hills, and on the other, the one on the coast, which is deprived of all moral values.

“A cult film in which famous actors played memorable roles whose replicas are still quoted today and, even after more than 30 years, it does not lose its freshness, topicality, and popularity. “A witty depiction of the contradictory reality of this region makes this film one of the most-watched comedies and, with the cooperation of the Yugoslav Cinematheque and Vip, ‘The Beauty of Vice’ gained new value,” said Jugoslav Pantelić, director of the Yugoslav Cinematheque.

In the production of the Centar film, this masterpiece of Yugoslav cinematography revolutionized the film production of the former SFRY, since almost 870 thousand cinema tickets were sold, while Mira Furlan was awarded a Golden Arena for her role at the Pula Film Festival. „We are very happy that the Vip Kinoteka project is receiving great reactions from the public, and on the wings of that positive energy, we have reached the fifth classic, which has shone in a new, digital spirit. More films are waiting for us, and the next premiere is the digital version of the film ‘The Elusive Summer of ’68,’ this time in Novi Sad,” pointed out Dejan Turk, General Manager of Vip mobile.

The premiere was made special by those who worked on the creation of this classic, actors – Petar Božović, Mira Banjac, Vesna Pećanac, Miodrag Miki Krstović, and composer Zoran Simjanović, along with other famous names – Branko Babović, Tatjana Pujin, Maja Suša, Sandra Perović, Luna Lu, media representative, Jugoslav Pantelić, director of the Yugoslav Cinematheque and Dejan Turk, general director of Vip.

Special screenings of the film “The Beauty of Vice” for the Belgrade audience will be organized on May 30 at 6 and 8:30 pm, in the Ceremonial Hall of the Yugoslav Cinematheque. All interested people will be able to pick up tickets at the box office of the Cinematheque at 1 Uzun-Mirko Street. The number of seats is limited, and the maximum number of tickets that can be purchased per person is two.

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