The Dagger

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Нож

The Dagger
The Dagger (film).jpg
Directed by Miroslav Lekić
Produced by Bojan Maljević
Bojana Maljević
Written by Miroslav Lekić
Slobodan Stojanović
Based on Nož, a novel 
by Vuk Drašković
Starring Žarko Laušević
Bojana Maljević
Music by Toma Babović
Aleksandar Milić
Cinematography Veljko Despotović
Edited by Branislav Milošević
Distributed by Monte Royal Pictures
Running time 135 min.
Country FR of Yugoslavia
Language Serbian

The Dagger (Serbian: Нож, Nož; which means Knife) is a 1999 Serbian war drama film directed by Miroslav Lekić. The film was written by Miroslav Lekić, Slobodan Stanojević and Igor Bojović. The plot is based on Vuk Drašković's novel of the same name. The story follows the life of Ilija Jugović/Alija Osmanovic and depicts the horror and absurdity of ethnic partitions.

In 1999, the film was screened at the 13th Montenegro Film Festival, and gained five featured awards.[1][2] The film also earned the “Fipresci Award” for Directing, five acting awards in the Niš Film Festival and the “Crystal Star” at the Brussels Film Festival.[2]


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  1. ^ "13. filmski festival". Montenegro Film Festival. Freshidea. 1999. Retrieved 1 December 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "The Dagger". Monte Royal. © Monte Royal Pictures International. 2011. Retrieved 1 December 2011. 

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