Black George (1911)

Director
Ilija Stanojevi? '?i?a'

Main cast
Jovan Antonijevi?; Teodora Arsenovi?; Vitomir Bogi?; Mileva Bošnjakovi?; Milorad Petrovi?

Genres
Drama, History

Description
The first feature film made in Serbia, "Black George" is a biography of Kara?or?e, the famed leader of the rebellion against the Turkish empire in 1804, tracing his whole life from childhood until his death in 1817.


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