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The Most Important Boy in the World (2016)
Najvažniji dečko na svetu (original title)
Najvazniji decko na svetu (title with latin characters)
Documentary, 75 min
 
Production country   Serbia
Languages   Serbian,English,Croatian
Director   Tea Lukac
Scriptwriter   Tea Lukac
Producer   Tea Lukac
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Boris Mitrovic is the biggest Justin Bieber fan in the Balkans. Inspired by his idol, and armed with his manager, a Lamborghini and a fan base on Facebook, Boris is trying to make his show-business dreams come true. While some fans dream about the day they will meet their idol, other fans dream about the day when they will become someone’s idol. The film explores the distance between these dreams of love and success and the everyday lives of the fans.
 
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