Horseman (film)

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For the 2008 Australian film, see The Horseman (film). For the 2009 American film, see Horsemen (film).

Konjanik (English: Horseman) is a 2003 Croatian film directed by Branko Ivanda. It is based on the works of Ivan Aralica.

The movie takes place in the early 18th century on the borders between Bosnia and Dalmatia, the crossroad between the Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Venice. It deals with issues relating to the region's native Croats as they struggle between to live between two empires and two faiths: Catholicism and Islam. The film's main character Petar Revač, was played by Nikša Kušelj.

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