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Gucha! Distant Trumpet

Gucha! Distant Trumpet
International title Gucha!
Section +13
Country Serbia,Alemania,Austria,Bulgaria
Year 2006
Running time 94
Director Dusan Milic
Screenplay Dusan Milic
Film Editing Marko Glusac
Photography Petar Popovic
Music Dejan Pejovic
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Producer Film Deluxe International
8 Cara Uroša St.,
T. / F. 381 11 620 904
Distribution Company The Match Factory
Eduard-Schmid Strasse, 13
81541 Munich
T. 49 89 2000 120-0
F. 49 89 2000 120-10
Synopsis In the Balkans, music is queen and trumpeters are kings. Gucha is a Serbian village which stops dead every year on occasion of its now famous World Championship of Bands of Trumpets. An ancient rivalry between Serbian and Gypsy musicians becomes all the more obvious during each edition of the competition. This year's edition will see that rivalry come to its pinnacle when Romeo, a young gypsy boy and Juliana, a Serbian girl, fall in love. Their love will have to face the animosity and hatred of their families: Romeo and Juliana's fathers not only hate each other, but they have been competing each other with their respective bands.
Director bio Born in Belgrade, Serbia in 1960. He graduated in 1995 from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Department for Film and Television Directing. He started his career in 1988 as second assistant director of Enki Bilal for Bunker Palace Hotel, then, as first assistant director, this time with Goran Marković for his film Tito and me. Since then, Dušan Milić has written several scripts, and in 2003 he wrote and directed Jagoda u supermarketu (Strawberries in the supermarket) which was produced, just like his latest film, Gucha!,  by Rasta International, Emir Kusturica's production company.