Milena Dravić

Milena Dravić
Name : Milena Dravić
Birth Date : 05 October 1940
Birth Place : Belgrade, Serbia
Nationality : NA
Height : NA
Occupation : Actress

Milena Dravić was a Serbian film, television and theatre actress.

Milena Dravić Movies and TV Shows

  • Acting Hamlet in the Village of Mrdusa Donja [June 1974]

    Acting Hamlet in the Village of Mrduša Donja is a 1973 Yugoslav drama film directed by Krsto Papić, and based on Ivo Brešan's play of the same name.

  • Agi i Ema [7 July 2007]

  • Bare Ground [2002]

  • Battle of Kosovo [1989]

    Battle of Kosovo is a 1989 Yugoslav historical drama/war film filmed in Serbia. The film was based on the drama written by poet Ljubomir Simović.

  • Battle of Neretva [7 October 1969 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)]

    During World War II, Yugoslavians fight for their freedom against local Chetniks as well as Italian and German troops.

  • Battle of Sutjeska [4 December 1994]

    Isaac's son Jacob deprives his brother Esau of his birthright and has to flee for his life. He finds shelter with his uncle Laban, but is himself deceived. Finally, Jacob has to face both his uncle and brother.

  • Beloved Love [1977]

  • Blackbird [28 November 2007 (France)]

    The story of a 10-year-old girl and a mountain fox who form a magical bond while travelling through the wilderness. Set against an array of stunning French and Italian backdrops, this tale follows the unlikely duo as they get lost in caves, encounter a fleet-footed lynx, an eagle, slippery frogs, and a pack of mean-looking wolves, while all the time the seasons change.… MORE

  • Boomerang [8 March 2019 (India)]

    Following an accident, a young man gets a major surgery performed on his face. However, when he realises that a lot of people are after his life, he decides to find out why.

  • Cabaret Balkan [1 August 1998 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)]

    On a harsh winter night in Belgrade, Serbia, an ex-con working as a taxi driver (Nebojsa Glogovac) has a series of bizarre encounters with tragic passengers from all walks of life, each a part of a patchwork of stories. Elsewhere, Ana (Mirjana Jokovic) survives a bus hijacking, only to find herself caught between a drug dealer and an angry boyfriend. And on the other side of town, passionate showman Boris (Nikola Ristanovski) struggles to entertain a tough crowd in a smoky cabaret.… MORE

  • Deps [26 March 1974]

    Deps is a 1974 Yugoslavian film directed by Antun Vrdoljak and starring Bekim Fehmiu, Milena Dravić, Fabijan Šovagović and Relja Bašić.

  • Destination Death [27 February 1964 (West Germany)]

    Destination Death is a 1964 West German-Yugoslavian war film directed by Wolfgang Staudte. It was entered into the 14th Berlin International Film Festival.

  • Fear [Vipin Parashar]

  • Freckled Girl [1973]

  • Funeral Fest, Burial Lunch [3 March 1969 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)]

  • Girl [1965]

    Girl is a 1965 Yugoslav film directed by Puriša Đorđević.

  • Group Portrait with a Lady [25 May 1977]

    After World War II begins in Germany, 18-year-old Leni (Romy Schneider) is left to fend for herself. Her mother has died, and her father has been arrested, so Leni takes a job making funeral wreaths in order to support herself. When she meets Boris (Brad Dourif), a Russian prisoner of war on the run, things begin to look up. Boris and Leni fall in love and give birth to a child, though their happiness is short-lived, as Boris is discovered by the military police.… MORE

  • Horoscope [12 August 1969 (Yugoslavia)]

  • Horvat's Choice [1985]

    Horvat's Choice is a 1985 Croatian film directed by Eduard Galić, starring Rade Šerbedžija, Mustafa Nadarević, Milena Dravić and Mira Furlan. It is based on Vučjak, a 1923 play by Miroslav Krleža.

  • Kako su se volele dve budale [1972]

  • Kozara [1962]

    An account of the Yugoslavian partisans who protected thousands of people in the Kozara Mountains during World War II.

  • Lost and Found - Six Glances of a Generation [21 November 2005 (Greece)]

  • Love and Other Crimes [September 2008 (Serbia)]

    Ljubav i drugi zločini, or Love and Other Crimes in English, is a 2008 Serbian romantic comedy directed by Stefan Arsenijević, and written by Arsenijević and Srđan Koljević, and stars Anica Dobra and Vuk Kostić. The film won Arsenijević an award for Best Director at the 2008 Sofia International Film Festival.

  • Loving Glances [19 September 2003 (Serbia and Montenegro)]

    Looking for romance, a Serbian student (Senad Alihodzic) meets a poor refugee (Ivana Bolanca) through a marriage broker (Milena Dravic).

  • Man Is Not a Bird [6 March 1965 (Yugoslavia)]

    Rajka, a young hairdresser, and Jan Rudinsk, a middle-aged engineer, share a content relationship until Rajka falls for the charms for a young truck driver.

  • My Part-Time Dad [1982]

  • Najbolji [19 January 1989]

  • Nije lako sa muškarcima [1995]

  • Normal People [22 February 2001]

  • Part-Time Work [1980]

  • Prekobrojna [1962]

  • Rondo [1966]

    Rondo is a 1966 Yugoslavian film by Croatian director Zvonimir Berković. It was filmed in Zagreb, Croatia.

  • Sekula se opet ženi [1991]

  • Sky Hook [13 April 2000 (Slovenia)]

    Sky Hook is a 2000 Yugoslavian film directed by Ljubiša Samardžić. It was Yugoslavia's submission to the 73rd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

  • Special Treatment [7 March 1982 (USA)]

    Special Treatment is a 1980 Yugoslavian drama film directed by Goran Paskaljević. It was entered into the 1980 Cannes Film Festival where Milena Dravić won the award for Best Supporting Actress.

  • St. George Shoots the Dragon [11 March 2009]

    St. George Slays the Dragon is a Serbian war drama film directed by Srđan Dragojević and written by Dušan Kovačević. The movie premiered on March 11, 2009. With a budget of around €5 million, it was one of the most expensive Serbian movie productions to date.

  • The Ambush [1969 (Serbia)]

  • The Camp Followers [4 November 1965 (Italy)]

    During the occupation of Greece in World War II, 15 prostitutes from Athens, Greece, are taken to Albania to boost the morale of occupying Italian soldiers. Along for the ride are Sgt. Castagnoli (Mario Adorf), the affable truck driver, and Lt. Martino (Thomas Milian), who initially finds the mission degrading, but eventually forms a rapport with the women. Complications arise when Martino falls for one of the prostitutes, Elenitza (Anna Karina), and the group faces a dangerous attack.… MORE

  • The Cyclists [14 July 1970]

  • The Dark Side of the Sun [21 December 1988]

    For three days only a young man (Brad Pitt) with a rare skin disease can doff his leather suit and live like an ordinary person.

  • The Door Remains Open [1959]

  • The Macedonian Part of Hell [21 October 1971]

  • The Morning [5 July 1967]

    The Morning is a 1967 Yugoslav film directed by Mladomir Puriša Đorđević. It is the third part of a wartime tetralogy by Đorđević. The film entered in competition at the 28th Venice International Film Festival and Ljubiša Samardžić won the Volpi Cup for Best Actor for his role.

  • The Policeman from the Cock's Hill [12 April 1994]

  • The Return [5 July 1979 (Yugoslavia)]

    The Return is a 1979 Croatian film directed by Antun Vrdoljak, starring Boris Dvornik, Fabijan Šovagović and Rade Šerbedžija.

  • The Role of My Family in the Revolution [9 July 1971 (Yugoslavia)]

  • Three Summer Days [7 August 1997]

    Three Summer Days is a 1997 Serbian drama film directed by Mirjana Vukomanović. The film deals with everyday life of Bosnian Serb refugees living and working in Serbia. The film was selected as the Serbian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 70th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

  • Treća sreća [1 October 1995]

  • Una, My Love [19 November 1984 (Yugoslavia)]

  • W.R.: Mysteries of the Organism [10 May 1971]

    A sexual encounter between a Yugoslav beautician (Milena Dravic) and a champion Russian skater (Ivica Vidovic) demonstrates the theories of psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich.

  • Zona Zamfirova [31 October 2002 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)]

    Zona Zamfirova is a 2002 comedy-drama film directed by Zdravko Šotra. It is based on the 1906 book by Serbian author Stevan Sremac. The film contains the local Torlakian vernacular of the Bulgarian dialect spoken in the region of Niš.

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QA About Milena Dravić

What is birthdate of Milena Dravić?

- 05 October 1940.

What is BirthPlace of Milena Dravić?

- Belgrade, Serbia.

What is Nationality of Milena Dravić?

- NA.

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What is Age of Milena Dravić?

- 80.

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