Serbian filmmaker Vladimir Paskaljevic casts a jaundiced eye on political and moral corruption in Belgrade in this satiric comedy. A championship tennis match is being shown on television, and all across the city people are watching with different reasons and reactions. A pair of upscale prostitutes (Lena Bogdanovic and Marta Beres) tune in during the course of a busy day that includes a bizarre group sex session and an attempted murder. A wealthy woman (Danica Ristovski) is so caught up in the game that she never notices that her daughter (Jana Milic) is being attacked by her boyfriend (Uros Jovcic). Jelena (Marija Zeljkovic) is the daughter of a cleaning woman who is fascinated with tennis, and Ivana (Mina Colic), whose parents have hired Jelena's mother, uses this enthusiasm as a way to torture her. And struggling filmmaker Filoman (Goran Jevtic), angry cabbie Rajko (Lazar Ristovski), couch potato Viktor (Igor Djordjevic) and stressed-out businessman Boris (Nebojsa Milovanovic) all find their lives getting a bit stranger on the day of the big match. Djavolja Varos (aka Devil's Town) was the first feature film from writer and director Vladimir Paskaljevic, whose father Goran Paskaljevic is also a respected filmmaker.
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