The Man Who Defended Gavrilo Princip (2014)

Director
Sr?an Koljevi?

Main cast
Nikola Rako?evi?; Vuk Kosti?; Nebojša Glogovac; Vaja Dujovi?; Miloš ?urovi?

Genres
Drama

Description
When Gavrilo Princip killed Franz Ferdinand, Austrian future king , the World War I began. What will Gavrilo Princip do? He has to choose, hard jail untill death, or hanging. There are so much things happening in Bosnia.


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