Black Cat, White Cat

Bosnian born filmmaker Emir Kusturica's acclaimed comedy/drama follows the slapstick rivalry between criminal Gypsy families in a Slovenian town. When a botched caper and a sizeable debt lead to plans for an arranged marriage between the clans, nothing goes as planned as mishaps and misunderstandings escalate.

Year: 1998
Genre: Alice's 500 Greatest Films, Drama, Foreign Language Films, Eastern European Cinema, Black Humour
Country: Serbia (Yugoslavia)
Director: Emir Kusturica
Starring: Branka Katic, Bajram Severdzan, Srdan Todorovic
Duration: 135 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains offensive language.
Subtitles: Yes
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