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February 9, 1990 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With only three feature films behind him, Yugoslavia's Emir Kusturica has become one of the most critically acclaimed, award-winning directors in the world. His first film, "Do You Remember Dolly Bell?" a quirky coming-of-age love story set in Sarajevo's Muslim community, won the Golden Lion at Venice in 1981. His second, "When Father Was Away on Business," an evocation of the bleak, paranoid Stalinist era tempered with warmth and humor, won the grand prize at Cannes in 1985.
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February 9, 1990 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With only three feature films behind him, Yugoslavia's Emir Kusturica has become one of the most critically acclaimed, award-winning directors in the world. His first film, "Do You Remember Dolly Bell?" a quirky coming-of-age love story set in Sarajevo's Muslim community, won the Golden Lion at Venice in 1981. His second, "When Father Was Away on Business," an evocation of the bleak, paranoid Stalinist era tempered with warmth and humor, won the grand prize at Cannes in 1985.
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