Radomir Belaćević

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Radomir Belaćević was a Serbian film director, actor, producer and a writer.

Biography[edit]

He was born on 31 December 1929 in the village of Junkovac, near the town of Lazarevac, Serbia. He owned a private film corporation called "Studio Film" and wrote several books - many in a very short time. Belacevic has written a few TV dramas and monodramas, like: "Tatin sin", "Sudija i advokat", "Zandarm", "Carina", "Zenidba na svedski nacin" and "Majka salje sina u armiju", and has also written some movie scripts based on his books. Besides all of this Belacevic managed to design and patent several technical devices. He got a prize in Fair of Technique in Rijeka for the construction of a probationary table for the testing of electric devices on a motor vehicle and electro device of high stress for householding with remote controlling. His hobby was playing chess, and at an early age he played football. Of course, he was especially interested in movies.

Later, in early 2009, Radomir was big inspiration for band Kanda Kodza i Nebojsa, and part of his best known interview was in Kanda Kodza i Nebojsa (Serbian band) song, called "Deveti zivot i Caj" (9th life and tea). Radomir told in that interview that Kanda Kodza i Nebojsa and Darkwood Dub were his favorite bands.

He died on 3 June 2005.

Films[edit]

Films he produced:

  • Konobarica ("The Waitress") (1995)
  • Dečak iz Junkovca (A boy from Junkovac) (1995)
  • Tatin sin (Daddy's son) (1999)

Books[edit]

He published 35 books, including:

  • Ne pušim više (I quit smoking)
  • Seks i droga (Sex and drugs)
  • Devojačka priča (Girls' story)
  • Tajni klub (Secret club)
  • Priče o ubicama (Tales of murderers)
  • Hitler zamislio pobedu (Hitler imagined the victory)
  • U Poljskoj za dolar (In Poland for a dollar, translated and published in Germany)
  • Autoelekrtika za početnike (Autoelectrics for beginners)
  • Elektrotehnika za svakoga (Electrotechnics for everyone)
  • Odumiranje nacije (Dissolution of the nation)
  • Socijalizam i promašaji (Socialism and mistakes)
  • Plemenite pesme (Noble poems)
  • Ustajem iz groba (I am getting up from the grave)
  • Hitna pomoć (The ambulance)
  • Kosmički zraci (Rays of the cosmos)
  • Stranac u Parizu (A foreigner in Paris)
  • Ukleto porodilište (Cursed maternity ward)
  • Božija pravda (God's justice)
  • Privatni detektiv (Private detective)
  • Super pandur (Super cop)
  • Prodaja maloletnica (Sale of underage girls)
  • Poslednji voz (The last train)
  • Božji prorok (God's prophet)
  • Izopačeni svet (Distorted world)
  • Šišanje ovaca (Shaving of the sheep)
  • Komšija veži kerove (Neighbour, tie the dogs)
  • Erotska lirika (Erotic lyrics)
  • Ukleta lepotica (The damned beauty)

ТV dramas[edit]

He directed multiple TV dramas:

  • Tatin sin (Daddy's son)
  • Sudija i advokat (Judge and a lawyer)
  • Žandarm (A cop)
  • Carina (Custom)
  • Ženidba na Švedski način (Wedding in a Swedish way)
  • Маjka šalje sina u armiju (Mother sends her son to the army)

and other monodramas.

Film scripts[edit]

Belaćević wrote these film scripts, which are based on his novels:

  • Ne pušim više (I quit smoking)
  • Seks i droga (Sex and drugs)
  • Таjni klub (The secret club)
  • Hitler zamislio pobedu (Hitler imagined the victory)
  • Stranac u Parizu (A foreigner in Paris)
  • Kоnobarica (The waitress)
  • Dečak iz Junkovca (A boy from Junkovac)
  • Tatin sin (Daddy's son)

and many short films and music videos.