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All Milena Dravić’s roles in Bosnian cinema

All Milena Dravić’s roles in Bosnian cinema

It is not well known that Milena Dravic made her first film role in Sarajevo in 1959 movie “The Doors Remain Open”, and she played in many movies that were inherited by the Film Center Sarajevo (Kozara, People’s deputy, Horoscope, Battle of Neretva, My family’s role in the World Revolution, Sutjeska, Freckled girlfriend). On the occasion of her death, Film Center Sarajevo publishes a special memorial video as a reminder of the first role of this great actress of the Yugoslavian cinema.

Milena Dravic (79) passed away at the Bežanijska Kosa hospital, as Belgrade media reported.

She was one of the most famous Serbian and Yugoslavian actresses, she was born on October 5th, 1940 in Belgrade.

She attended elementary school “Janko Veselinović” in Dušanova Street, and then the First Male Gymnasium.

She has played in more than hundred movies during her lifetime. It is not well known that Milena Dravic made her first film role in Sarajevo in 1959 movie “The Doors Remain Open”, and she played in many movies that were inherited by the Film Center Sarajevo (Kozara, People’s deputy, Horoscope, Battle of Neretva, My family’s role in the World Revolution, Sutjeska, Freckled girlfriend). 

On the occasion of her death, Film Center Sarajevo publishes a special memorial video as a reminder of the first role of this great actress of the Yugoslavian cinema.

 

 

She also had big roles in the movies like “Overdrive”, “Morning”, “Man is not a bird”, “Rondo”, “WR: Mysteries of the Orgasm”, “The Love Life of Budimir Trajkovic”, “Working for a definite time”, “My dad for a certain time”, “It’s not easy with men” and her big role in a hit movie “Zona Zamfirova”.

She is also known as a teacher from the cult series “Stories from Nepricava”, Vera from “Policajac from Petlovo brdo”, also as Vukosava Petrovic and Spomenka from the TV comedies “Theater in the House” and “Crazy, confused, normal”.

From 1972 to 1974, she hosted the popular show “Obraz uz obraz”, with her third husband and colleague, Dragan Nikolić.

Milena often played single mothers, peasant women, working class women, she was also a pioneer and an eccentric hero of Black Wave movies, and she owes much of her career success to romantic comedies she played with Ljubisa Samardzic.