|Original title||Sjećaš li se Doli Bel ?|
|Music||Zoran Simjanović, Dragan Jokić Džemal Novaković and Adriano Celentano|
|Script||Abdulah Sidran, Emir Kusturica|
The Sixties in Sarajevo. Dino, young man in the suburbs, tries to lighten his life with the cinema that show him an Occident full of temptations, with hypnotism lessons, and music, the rock n'roll that makes the rest vanish. Then comes Dolly Bell, lovely cabaret girl that give him the more tremendous feelings.
The soundtrack was once published as a SP.
|Country||Format||audio languages||subtitles languages||buy online||Description|
|United Kingdom||DVD Z2 PAL||Bosnian 2.0||English||amazon.co.uk||interview with Emir Kusturica|
|Russia||DVD Z5 PAL||Bosnian 2.0, Russian 2.0||Russian||Amazon.com|
|Serbia||DVD Z0 PAL||Bosnian 2.0||-||yu4you.com|
|USA||DVD Z0 NTSC||Bosnian 2.0 & 5.1||English||Amazon.com|
Emir Kusturica was in the army at the time being. Military officials gave him a special 24h permission to leave Yugoslavia and receive the award in Venice.
The film was initially conceived for Yugoslavian television. Title of the film Dolly Bell refers to a lap dance girl of the Crazy Horse in 1959 Italian director Alessandro Blasetti's movie : Europe by Night.
In this film, all the actors speak with their own words, their own real accent. It's the first ever Yugoslavian movie where actors don't speak official Serbo-Croatian (the Yugoslav equivalent of BBC English), but the so-called Bosnian language, in fact, the language of Sarajevo.