Impure Blood (film)

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Нечиста крв
Nečista krv
Impure Blood
Directed by Stojan Stojčić
Written by Borisav Stanković
(novel)
Release date
1997
Running time
125 min.
Country Yugoslavia
Language Serbian

Impure Blood (Serbian: Нечиста крв, Nečista krv) is a Yugoslav historical drama filmed in 1991[1][2] and released in 1997.[3]

Background[edit]

Impure Blood is an adaptation of the Nečista krv novel written by Borisav Stanković. It features Vranje local (and later political activist) Maja Stojanović and actor Rade Šerbedžija in the lead roles.

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Tajna nečiste krvi[edit]

The project was originally a combined adaptation of two Borisav Stanković novels: Nečista krv and Koštana. Turbo-folk singer Ceca was cast as the Roma girl Koštana. However, due to some conflicts, the film could be released years after it was filmed and covering only one of the novels. By 2011, Serbian television network Happy TV bought the entire footage of the film and, starting from 1 January 2012, it was aired as a 12-episode miniseries under the title Tajna nečiste krvi (The Secret of the Impure Blood).[3]

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