There Is No Resurrection Without Death 1922
Motion pictures also have their destiny. Unique for many things, the film have literally followed the destiny of the country it was dedicated to.

Produced by Elena Sangro and funded by the Commitee of Motenegrin Exiles (including the former Queen Milena), the film tells the full story of the heroic conduct of Montenegrin people during the First World War.

Ending of World War One brought the paradox unheard-of in the political history of Europe – Montenegro, country fought the side of allies, had lost its statehood. The way to its restoration, as we all know, would be long and toilsome. One could say that, in a way, it had started with a film.

The antic drama of two brothers (Jaksa and Pavle), separated in childhood, who will find themselves on the opposed sides in the war, the tragic love of young Milena, and the story of general Vesovic (a historical figure and one of the leaders of rebellion in Montenegro) ends with the apotheosis of free Montenegro.

Only 138 meters of the original film were found, along with 47 photographs based on which, with the saved original script, the film historian Professor Dejan Kosanovic, reconstructed the thirty minutes version.

Director: Edoardo Bencivenga
Cast: Amedeo Ciaffi, Camillo De Rossi, Giorgio Fini, Carlo Gualandri, Elena Sangro, Enrico Scatizzi
Country: Italy
Genre: Drama

DVD9 | PAL 4:3 | 00:32:00 | 1.06 Gb + 3% rec
Language: Serbian/Montenegrin intertitles
Subtitles: English hardcoded

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