As seen in Belgrade

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17 Responses to “As seen in Belgrade”

  1. awjt says:

    WHAT is wrong with Contemplative Hipster’s digits?!?

  2. Boundegar says:

    I want to watch this movie.  I assume it’s a movie?

  3. Gorgonzola says:

    It’s a play.  The misspelled the name of the airline, it should be Boeing, Boeing.

    • They did no such thing. In Serbian you spell things as they are pronounced and the closest approximation to the way ‘Boeing’ is pronounced in English is, given rules of phonology, ‘Boing.’ 

      It is a play, though. It’s advertised as being in the ‘Zvezdara Theater’ in the top right. 

  4. Let me guess the plot: two flatmates, one very fatalistic and prone to odd hand gestures, and the other very vain, have two short-sighted girlfriends who dress exactly the same, and their lives are a little dull; then they encounter a trio of vintage air stewardesses, who are really angels, only taking the air stewardess gig in order to remain close to their natural habitat in the fluffy clouds, and hilarious farce ensues, wherein hand gesture man learns to be more upbeat and optimistic, Kevin Bacon learns that their are more important things than his hair, and the two bespectacled birds get dumped.

    • blueelm says:

      Yours sounds funnier than the actual synopsis:

      Amazing hair guy is engaged to several women who don’t know he’s faking them out. They’re all stewardesses so this works perfectly. Until he gets a roommate with weird hand gestures, a better maid, and Boeing improves their wares. It gets harder to lie!

      Hopefully some one sings ‘laisse tomber les filles’ at some point!

  5. grimc says:

    Don’t take this the wrong way, but that Boing Boing looks a lot groovier than this one.

  6. EH says:

    Pronounced, “Zimpish zimpish”

  7. Dejan V. says:

    It is a play written by French playwright Marc Camoletti:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing-Boeing_(play)

  8. GeekMan says:

    Release the lawyers.

  9. Doug Black says:

    Also a not-very-good 1965 film with Tony Curtis and Jerry Lewis.

  10. yeff says:

    I’m guessing that’s Cory in front?

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