Otvorena vrata


Otvorena vrata
Otvorena vrata
Opened Door
Format Sitcom / Comedy
Created by Biljana Srbljanović
Miloš Radović
Starring Vesna Trivalić
Bogdan Diklić
Milan Gutović
Bojana Maljević
Nikola Đuričko
Sofija Jović
Olivera Marković
Zoran Cvijanović
Opening theme "Bez nas"
by Momčilo Bajagić
Country of origin Serbia and Montenegro FR Yugoslavia
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 34 (List of episodes)
Production
Running time 30 minutes (per episode)
Broadcast
Original channel Radio Televizija Srbije
Original run November 25, 1994 – July 14, 1995

Otvorena vrata (Serbian Cyrillic: Отворена врата, English: Opened Door), is a Serbian comedy television series filmed in 1994-1995. Broadcast on state television RTS, it ran for 2 seasons (34 episodes in total) featuring a regular family living in Belgrade during the 1990s.

The show was created by Biljana Srbljanović and Miloš Radović, starring Vesna Trivalić, Milan Gutović, Bogdan Diklić, Nikola Đuričko, Sofija Jović, Bojana Maljević, Olivera Marković and Zoran Cvijanović, with guest stars such as: Mirjana Karanović, Nikola Simić, Seka Sablić, Branka Katić, Mira Stupica and so on.

Contents

Plot

Katarina Anđelić, nicknamed "Cakana", lives with her two children, her brother Bata, and his daughter. She is an sculpture and painting artist, but there are not many people who can see her potential. Her ex-husband, Dragoslav, is trying to get her back, because he still loves her. Cakana, who was cheated by him, still loves him, but refuses his love.

Cast

Main

  • Vesna Trivalić as Katarina "Cakana" Anđelić
  • Bogdan Diklić as Svetislav "Bata" Anđelić, the brother of Cakana
  • Milan Gutović as Dragoslav Jakovljević, the ex-husband of Cakana
  • Bojana Maljević as Ana Anđelić, the daughter of Bata
  • Nikola Đuričko as Vojislav "Vojkan/Voja" Jakovljević, the older son of Cakana and Dragoslav
  • Sofija Jović as Milica Jakovljević, the younger daughter of Cakana and Dragoslav
  • Olivera Marković as Angelina Savić, the neighbour
  • Zoran Cvijanović as Milorad Ugrinović, the neighbour

Supporting/Recurring

  • Vlasta Velisavljević as Tomislav Pavlović, the uncle of Cakana and Bata
  • Branimir Brstina as Konstantin de Sisti, the cousin of Dragoslav
  • Mira Stupica as Kristina Trobožić, the mother of Dragoslav
  • Branka Katić as Sandra "Ćora", the friend of Ana
  • Rastko Lupulović as Milan "Milanče" Jovanović, the ex-boyfriend of Ana
  • Branislav Lečić as Dr Gazivoda, the psychiatrist
  • Milica Mihajlović as Anka Crnotravka, the folk singer and the neighbour

List of episodes

Season 1

# title original air date title translation
1. "Moja porodica" November 25, 1994 "My family"
2. "Ja imam dete" December 2, 1994 "I have a child"
3. "Mama ima dečka" December 9, 1994 "Mom has a boyfriend"
4. "Nedelja je mamin 8. mart" December 16, 1994 "Sunday is mom's 8th of March"
5. "Psiho-drama" December 23, 1994 "Psychodrama"
6. "Slučaj misterioznog D" December 30, 1994 "Case of mysterious D"
7. "Konstantin de Sisti" January 6, 1995 "Konstantin de Sisti"
8. "Ja bih da se malo izblaziram do sutra" January 13, 1995 "Ettiquette in a day"
9. "Ka Barbadosu punim jedrima" January 20, 1995 "Barbados, full sail ahead"
10. "Trinsi sistem" January 27, 1995 "The TRINSI system"
11. "Rtaći iz kićblona" February 3, 1995 "The gang from the block"
12. "Otac Teodor" February 10, 1995 "Father Theodor"
13. "Tajna crne ruke" February 17, 1995 "The secret of the Black hand"
14. "Bonjour, Madamme" February 14, 1995 "Bonjour, Madamme"
15. "Čekajući Batu" March 3, 1995 "Waiting for Bata"
16. "Vova" March 10, 1995 "Vova"
17. "Amnezija" March 17, 1995 "Amnesia"
18. "All You Need Is Love" March 24, 1995 "All You Need Is Love"
19. "Ujka Toma" March 31, 1995 "Uncle Toma"
20. "Tiha noć" April 7, 1995 "Silent night"
21. "Princ Aleksa" April 14, 1995 "Aleksa, Prince Charming"
22. "Čiji si ti, mali?" April 21, 1995 "Who's you're daddy?"
23. "Teatromanija" April 18, 1995 "Theatremania"

Original name for episode 22 is "Tri sudbonosna dana u životu Dragoslava Jakovljevića, zvanog Draganče, koji započinju mirno i naivno da bi zadobili iznenadan i neočekivan obrt ili Čiji si ti, mali?".

Season 2

# title original air date title translation
1. "Mašina dvaesprvog veka" May 5, 1995 "21st Century machine"
2. "Tajni agent 007" May 12, 1995 "Secret agent 007"
3. "Antoan" May 19, 1995 "Antoan"
4. "Deda" May 26, 1995 "Grandad"
5. "Veterinar" June 2, 1995 "The Vet"
6. "Lovac" June 9, 1995 "The hunter"
7. "Orkestar" June 16, 1995 "The Orchestra"
8. "Muva za Tokio" June 23, 1995 "A Fly for Tokyo"
9. "Bebe" June 30, 1995 "Babies"
10. "Kristijan Žu protiv Tanaska Rajića" July 7, 1995 "Chrisian zu VS Tanasko Rajić"
11. "Slava" July 14, 1995 "Slava"

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