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



Dear Diego,

this is a tragic story about a

boy living in a tragic country.

Somewhere in the mountainous


This is the river Sava.

This, over there...

I've kissed a girl there

for the first time,

she dumped me soon

after the first cramps.

And that shot that

put you in the God's lap.

Where the rest of us,

simple and sad...

...will never be.

Dear Armando,

my name is Bojan Maric,

I look like an ordinary guy...

...but unfortunately,

that's not true. - F*ck!

Why are you laughing, jerk?!

Let's do it again!

I know you too have broken

your leg in Barcelona,

and you know how hard it is

when you're disabled.

T-shirt looks great

...Just imagine...

...when it lasts

for 17 years!

You should take the hat off.

I think this is genial!

Here, my dear Diego,

I made my first,

and by the look of it,

my last football steps.

Yeah! - Sorry, Diego!

You are coming close to me.

Closer, closer... it's there.

Stop! Just don't get out

of my zoom, ok? - Ok.

Let's start.

There's a cure for my vicious

disease at the Moscow clinic.

A team of experts led by

the famous professor P...

Prokofiev! ...Prokofiev!

They perform surgeries which

guarantee complete recovery

in 90 percent of the cases.

And all that would be

so lovely,

if I had enough money

for that operation.

Situation in Serbia is similar,

maybe even worse... - Worse!

...than in Argentina. For us,

Just stay in the zoom.

Keboya, bro! - Yeah, bro?

- I've been thinking...

Never mind. - C'mon, tell me!

- Never mind, forget it! - Speak!

What's 15 grand to Maradona?

He got loaded in Barsa,

he slottered Napoli,

destroyed Seville!

He's worth millions, bro!

- But he was spending a lot.

What? Where?! - He spent it

on cocaine, women, alcohol!

C'mon! Everything in Argentina

is free for him.

He spends summers at Fidel's,

and winters with Kusturica!

Let's not f*ck around!

- Should we ask him for 16 Gs?

Keboya, 20 grand! - C'mon, man!

- 20 grand, bro, just like that!


Bro, I'm sleeping...

Wait a second.

It's 4 a.m.! Are you insane?!

Who's calling at this hour?

- Radule. He'll drop by.

Now? - Yeah, mom.

We have to work!

Work? - Yes, mom! Now!

- At 4 a.m.?! - Yes!

What do you want from me?!

When I'm not working,

you're bitching, when I am,

you're bitching again!

What do you want?!

- God, save this poor mother!

No, bro! - You're absolutely

right. - Of course I'm right!

- Of course it's nothing!

We'll buy a Golf each, and

then I'll have to borrow

for registration!

- How much should we ask for?

My dear Diego, 30 grand

is nothing for you.

And it means a world to me.

My health... - C'mon, bro!

What's with you!

Come here! I've been thinking.

- What's up? - Golf is a Golf.

But Mercedes... We should

ask for 35 grand, ok?

Keboya, bro...

I think you are awesome!

Who did your hair?

I did it myself. Why?

- It's great, man! Really.

Come here! It looks fantastic

on you! Excellent!

And how much money did you

ask from him? - 40 grand.

What?! - 40,000 Euros. Why?

- Are you fucking insane?

You think it's a lot?

- It's not enough, my son!

You think? - Of course!

He's Mr. Nice Guy!

He'll give everything to

the poor. - 40 grand, my God!

He's gonna think you're

jerking his chain!

You can't go to Russia without

Are you insane! F*ck!

- Why haven't you asked Beckham?

C'mon! He's English,

he's cheap.

He'll rather die,

than give us any money.

You're a blast! Where did you

find Beckham?!

- And

with treatment expenses,

and residence costs in Moscow

it comes to one hundred...

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