Gypsy 2011

Gypsy 2011

Gypsy 2011

Gypsy 2011
Cigan (original title)
1h 40m | Drama | 14 July 2011 (Slovakia)

Storyline:

Gypsy tells the story of Adam, a boy who, after his father dies, tries to cross the boundary of his Roma shantytown and to improve the lives of his brothers and sisters. He encounters racial, social and cultural prejudices and comes into conflict with the unwritten laws of his own community. Circumstances turn against him and his situation drives him to commit a tragic act: murder.

User review:

The story is about a 15 years old gypsy boy living in a gypsy village somewhere in Eastern Slovakia where after his father dies he is pushed into doing things (stealing) he does not want to do. The actors playing the gypsy characters are non-actors real life gypsies and the most of the dialogues are in their roma language which gives a movies very authentic feeling. The movie was filmed in authentic gypsy village in eastern Slovakia. for me the main problem were certain details of the movies and the ending of the movie. In the movie theater I was pleased to see a group of gypsy youngsters that came to see this movie and they laughed at couple of funny lines. The movie managed to kept me interested till the end and I am glad I saw it.

Director: Martin Sulík
Writers: Marek Lescák, Martin Sulík
Stars: Peter Cizmar, Beáta Dubielová, Miroslav Gulyas
Countries of origin: Czech Republic, Slovakia
Languages: Romany, Slovak

Gypsy 2011

Gypsy 2011

Gypsy 2011

Gypsy 2011

Gypsy 2011

Format : AVI
Format/Info : Audio Video Interleave
File size : 1.56 GiB
Duration : 1 h 42 min
Overall bit rate : 2 169 kb/s

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3 Responses to Gypsy 2011

  1. bhm says:

    Thank you for the an other great suggestion.

  2. Orion4 says:

    bhm- a suggestion for your excellent library- ‘Guns of Diablo’ https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0058167/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_65
    The movie is extracted from the COA series- ‘The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters’ https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0056791/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_66
    which is difficult to find but should also be worthwhile viewing. Both titles feature Charles Bronson and a young Kurt Russell, at the tender age of 12/13. Thank you.

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