The Black Bomber (1992)

Director
Darko Baji?

Main cast
Dragan Bjelogrli?; Anica Dobra; Petar Božovi?; Sr?an Todorovi?; Žarko Lauševi?

Genres
Drama

Description
In a near-future Belgrade, a DJ stirs up trouble with his rocking anti-establishment broadcasts. After his station is shut down, he takes to the street and starts transmitting revolution with the police hot on his trail.


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