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Art Live Presents “Realna prica”

Art Live Presents “Realna prica”

Serbian filmmaker Gordan Kičić’s REALNA PRICA  (“Real Story”) takes us through the saga of the actor, Veljko Radisavljevic, who has the impression that the entire universe has conspired against him. He is a walking problem and firmly believes that all the discord is created by the people around him, which is why he often gets into comic conflicts with friends, family, colleagues and even random passengers. Waiting for the big role that he believes will solve all his troubles, Veljko begins to lose his sense of real problems.

CANADIAN PREMIERE
Saturday, December 15
Doors 12:00 pm | Movie 12:30 pm
Advance tickets $21.50 HERE

*Must be 19+ w/ID for entry.
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REALNA PRICA (Gordan Kičić, 2019 / 91 mins / English subs) The movie Real Story takes us through the saga of the actor, Veljko Radisavljevic, who has the impression that the entire universe has conspired against him.

Homewrecker

Homewrecker

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Brittany Runs a Marathon

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The Peanut Butter Falcon

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Re-Animator

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Yesterday

Yesterday

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Beetlejuice

Beetlejuice

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Dolemite (1975)

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