Goran Marković

Goran Marković is a Serbian director born on 24 july 1946 in Belgrade. He is the author of the very famous Tito and me, but also of Burlesque Tragedy (based on a script of Dušan Kovačević), and Serbia year zero (a documentary with Bernard-Henri Lévy).

The film Tito and me is close to When father was away on business in this way where it denounces Tito's regime thanks to the naive and funny observations of a kid. This film was directed in 1991 at the beginning of the Balkans war. Even if it treats serious subjects, it is directed as a comedy. The hero, Zoran, is a very greedy kid and rather fat. His occupations, in 1954, are divided between his love for a girl orphan of war and his fascination for Tito. He will be brought to take part in ”the walk of the children to the native land of Tito” which will be enclosed by a reception at the dictator. But, for Zoran, these rejoicings will just be one long continuation of disappointments : his beloved girlfriend prefers a goof and at the entry of the house of Marshal Tito lies a gigantic shit… A small masterpiece of funny and caustic irony.

In this film appear Miki Manojlović and Lazar Ristovski.


  • 2002 - Kordon : Amazon.fr, Amazon.co.uk
  • 2001 - Serbia, year zero
  • 1997 - Poludeli ljudi
  • 1994 - Urnebesna tragedija (Burlesque tragedy)
  • 1992 - Tito i ja (Tito and me) : Amazon.fr, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com
  • 1989 - Sabirni centar
  • 1987 - Vec vidjeno (Deja vu)
  • 1985 - Tajvanska kanasta
  • 1981 - Variola vera
  • 1980 - Majstori, majstori
  • 1979 - Nacionalna klasa
  • 1977 - Specijalno vaspitanje
  • 1970 - Bez názvu
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