DirectorGoran Paskaljevic Music directorZoran Simjanovic CountryYugoslavia
Release dateSeptember 4, 1998 (1998-09-04) WriterDejan Dukovski (play), Dejan Dukovski, Goran Paskaljevic, Filip David, Zoran Andric Initial releaseAugust 1, 1998 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) ScreenplayGoran Paskaljevic, Dejan Dukovski, Filip David, Zoran Andric CastIvan Bekjarev (The Man on the Bus Who Thinks He's Tough), Vojislav Brajovi? (Topi, the Ex-Student Revolutionary Trafficker), Mira Banjac (The Bosnian Serb Mother), Aleksandar Ber?ek (Dimitri, the Crippled Ex-Cop from the Local Cafe), Bogdan Dikli? (John, the VW Driver), Milena Dravi? (The Lady on the Bus with the Hat and Fox Stole) Similar moviesThe Purge: Anarchy, Salt, Speed, Margaret, Water Lilies, The King and I
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Cabaret Balkan is a 1998 Serbian film directed by Goran Paskaljević starring Miki Manojlović and Nebojša Glogovac. Its original Serbian language title is Буре барута (Bure baruta) which means Powder Keg. It was released in English speaking countries under the title of Cabaret Balkan, with the official reason for the name change being that Kevin Costner had already registered a film project under the title Powder Keg. The film received a number of distinctions, including a FIPRESCI award at the Venice Film Festival in 1998. It was based on a play by the same title by Dejan Dukovski. The film was selected as the Serbian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 71st Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.