- Genre: Comedy
- Year: 2013, Coming to cinemas in October 2013
- Screenplay: Goran Vojnović
- Director: Goran Vojnović
- Cast: Benjamin Krnetić, Dino Hajderović, Ivan Pašalić, Jernej Kogovšek, Ermir Hadžihafizbegović, Mediha Musliović, Zoran Cvijanović, Polona Juh, Daria Lorenci, Milan Pavlović, Vesna Trivalić, Jernej Šugman, Peter Musevski, Mustafa Nadarević, Meto Jovanovski, Jessica Žagar, Nuša Šenk, Violeta Tomić, Vesna Anđelković, Saša Mihelčič, Sebastjan Starič, Slobodan Maksimović, Aleksandar Rajaković Sale, Valter Dragan, Moamer Kasumović, Igor Skvarica.
- Pictures: ftp://ftp.arsmedia.me
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The literary success “Chefurs raus!” has for one year been one of Slovenian best sold books and hit top of charts of the most borrowed books from libraries country wide. The author of the novel, Goran Vojnović, was awarded the Slovenian national award Prešeren Fund Award and Kresnik award for best novel of the year. Meanwhile the novel was published in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Poland, while in Slovenia it was turned into a hugely successful theatre performance with more than 130 repetitions.
In collaboration with the legend of Yugoslavian film Abdulah Sidran (the author of screenplays for Kustorica's cult films Do you remember Dolly Bell and When Father Was Away on Business) Vojnović wrote the screenplay that transferred the adventures of seventeen-year-old Marko Đorđić and his friends from Fužine to the screen. In this way the story about Fužine, Marko, Adi, Aco, Dejan, their »čefur« parents, sexy leader, annoying little »čefur« girls, beaten drivers and burning dumps will finally return to its starting point, since it was initially written as a screenplay and then transformed into a novel.
»People often tend to forget how vulnerable the immigrant families really are living in the foreign country – cut off not only from their own culture but also from their relatives and friends. Children often feel alone and lost just like their parents. They are lost in the world of vague rules, social norms and customs. And when parents do not know what exactly is acceptable, what is right and what is wrong, they can hardly tell their children what to do and what not. Therefore, children are left to “education of the street and its rules”«Read more