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Cinema Komunisto - Il était une fois en Yougoslavie
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Tito, président de l'ex-Yougoslavie, a vu plus de 8 000 films durant sa vie. Leka Konstantinovic, son projectionniste personnel durant 32 ans, raconte, au fil d'anecdotes et d'archives exclusives, comment Tito a utilisé l'industrie cinématographique pour créer l'Histoire d'un pays qui n'existe plus sauf... au cinéma !

Using rare footage from dozens of forgotten Yugoslav films, as well as never-seen-before archive from film sets and Tito’s private screenings, the documentary recreates the narrative of a country, the stories told on screen and the ones hidden behind it. Stars such as Richard Burton, Sofia Loren and Orson Welles add a touch of glamour to the national effort, appearing in super-productions financed by the state. Tito’s favourite film director, his projectionist who showed him films every night for 30 years, the most famous actor of partisan films, and the director of the film studios who was a secret policeman – all tell how the history of Yugoslavia was constructed on the screen.

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  • Le 18 Septembre 2013
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