Funny, bizarre, surreal, sensual, unpredictable. Dusan Makavejev's 'Montenegro' follows Susan Anspach, a middle-class Swedish housewife who gets embroiled in the free-wheeling sensuality of the Zanzi-Bar in the Yugoslavian-immigrant section of Stockholm in an attempt to discover the meaning of personal choice and freedom.

Year: 1981
Genre: Foreign Language Films, Scandinavian Cinema, Kate's Favourites
Country: UK, Sweden
Director: Dusan Makavejev
Starring: Susan Anspach, Erland Josephson, Per Oscarsson
Duration: 96 Minutes
Rating: R18
Location in store: Foreign (Scandinavia)



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