Seven and a Half

Synopsis: Everyday lives of people in Belgrade who are obsessed with their weaknesses and led by their passions. Seven independent stories on 7 deadly sins are told in a comical tone.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
106 min

...and twenty... five...

...and a half thousand

dollars! American! - Stop!

You are a doll!

I want you to be a little more

decisive! Give it to me.

And ask for 130 grand, ok?

- Ok. - Let's do it again.

Don't you see that we almost

fucked this up?

- It's nothing. - Way too little.

I've been calculating. Two

Mercedes' are 90 grand.

This is for technical things,

amortization and that shit...

What's this? - This is for

my water heater. - Heater?!

And what's this? - Just a little

something for my mom.

Look now... - And my mom?

- Excellent! Bro, your mom!

Another grand. We're left

with 60 grand, give or take 5.

Let's see... 200 grand...

What would you do

if you were Maradona,

and some kid was asking for 200

grand for an operation?

Would you have given it

to him? - No. - How come?

I wouldn't, bro! Nobody

gave me anything in life!

That's why you're not Maradona!

And you're rottening with

your folks, like a burnout!

- Yeah, right!

What's this?

- Foreign currency account.

When did you open it?

- Today.


- Naturally.

Why are you bringing me

to a construction site, maniac?!

Maniac will build you a house!

- C'mon... - Work well, man!

All this will be ours one day.

and here a nursery.

I hate kids! - You learn to

love them. Look at the view!

Can you see it? It's all

ours, don't you get it?!

I'm not so sure...

- What's wrong?

Keboya, bro! You're great!

You are a genius!

But I think I'll do better

as Maradona. You are awesome!

But you're missing something

deep. - You look like him?

No, but listen! You don't have

that sadness in your eyes.

Bro... We'll do Colina

with you. - F*ck you!

Don't you get it? You look

exactly like him!

We'll use it to buy a house!

- Stop shitting me!

Dear Diego...

...I have cancer, and I'm

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