Release date1967 Initial releaseMarch 27, 1967 (Yugoslavia) CastBekim Fehmiu (Bora), Olivera Katarina (Len?e), Velimir 'Bata' Živojinovi? (Mirta), Gordana Jovanovi? (Tisa), Rahela Ferari (Igumanija), Mija Aleksi? (Pavle) Similar moviesMad Max: Fury Road, Irreversible, I Spit on Your Grave III: Vengeance is Mine, Sea of Love, John Wick, Heaven
I even met happy gypsies 1967
I Even Met Happy Gypsies is a 1967 Yugoslav film by Serbian director Aleksandar Petrović. Its original Serbian title is Skupljači perja, which means The Feather Gatherers. The film is centered on Romani people's life in a village in northern Vojvodina, but it also deals with subtler themes such as love, ethnic and social relationships. Beside Bekim Fehmiu, Olivera Vučo, Bata Živojinović and Mija Aleksić, film features a cast of Romani actors speaking the Romani language. I Even Met Happy Gypsies is considered one of the best films of the Black Wave in Yugoslav cinema.
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The protagonist, Beli Bora Perjar (Bekim Fehmiu), is a charming but mean-spirited gypsy, while his older wife, Lenče (Olivera Vučo), is submissive. Bora is in love with the younger Tisa (Gordana Jovanović), who is being offered in marriage by her step-father. The two get themselves in trouble and eventually have to flee. Tisa rejects her husband and she and Bora get married in the church. Tisa tries to get to Belgrade, while Bora stabs a man in a knife fight. They are both, therefore, exiled from their Romani camp, yet their adventures continue.
Bekim Fehmiu as Beli Bora Perjar
Olivera Vučo as Lenče
Bata Živojinović as Mirta
Gordana Jovanović as Tisa
Mija Aleksić as Pavle
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Severin Bijelić as Bigoted man
Stojan Decermić as Hladnjača driver 1
Milivoje Đorđević as Sandor
Rahela Ferari as Igumanija
Etelka Filipovski as Bora's wife
Milorad Jovanović as Toni
Zoran Longinović as Islednik 1
Bozidar Pavičević-Longa as Hladnjača driver 2
Djordje Pura as Islednik 2
Milivoje Tomić as Romanian
Janez Vrhovec as judge
At the 1967 Cannes Film Festival it was nominated for the Palme d'Or and won the Special Grand Prize of the Jury and the FIPRESCI Prize.
The film was nominated for the 1967 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film (event in April 1968) and for the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Bata Živojinović also won a Golden Arena award for Best Actor at the 1967 Pula Film Festival for his portrayal of Mirta.