Original title: Montevideo, vidimo se!
Directed by: Dragan Bjelogrlić
Writing credits: Dragan Bjelogrlić, Ranko Božić, Dimitrije Vojnov
Produced by: Dejan Petrović
Cinematography by: Goran Volarević
Production design by: Goran Joksimović, Nemanja Petrović
Film editing by: Petar Marković, Svetolik Zajc, Dejan Urošević
Costum design by: Dragica Laušević
Make up by: Halid Redžebašić
Music by: Magnifico
Visual Effects by: Nebojša Rogić
Sound by: Milan Stojanović
Generes: Drama, History, Sport; Runtime: 142min; Domestic Release Date: 15th January 2014; Languages: Serbian, English, Spanish
Miloš Biković / Petar Strugar / Armand Assante / Viktor Savić / Elena Martinez / Branko Đurić / Predrag Vasić / Nebojša Ilić / Vojin Ćetković / Aleksandar Radojičić / Ivan Zekić / Nikola Đuričko / Srđan Todorović / Srđan Timarov / Andrija Kuzmanović / Nenad Heraković / Uroš Jovčić / Milan Nikitović / Rade Ćosić / Bojan Krivokapić
Dragan Nikolić / Concha Hidalgo
“See You in Montevideo” tells the fascinating tale how the Yugoslavian football team took part in the 1st official World Cup in Montevideo, in 1930. Inspired by true events, this is a story about the historical success of a nation, a milestone in sports and the sequel to the first part that depicted circumstances that preceded the Mundial itself.
The football saga continues in Uruguay’s capital where after a tiresome three-week journey over the Atlantic, the first-ever national team of the then Kingdom of Yugoslavia finds itself among strong participants of the First World Championship. The team from a small Balkan country, a team that no one believes, draws as an opponent the championship’s predicted winner, the even then famous national team of Brazil.
Lead by determination, vision and solidarity, Tirke, Moša, Milutinac, Jakša and the rest of the boys from the team, thanks to their talent and perseverance, with youthful enthusiasm, enter the international sport arena through the front gates. The news that spiraled worldwide at the speed of sound was that the national team of Yugoslavia won 3rd place at the first World Cup!