Conocido por: Acting · Cumpleaños: 1962-09-17
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Alma Prica (born 17 September 1962) is a Croatian actress. She graduated from the Zagreb Academy of Drama Arts in 1985 and then joined the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb (HNK Zagreb) in 1986. Although primarily a theatre actress, she also appeared in numerous film and television productions. Prica received a number of awards throughout her career, including two Golden Arena for Best Actress awards - in 1993 for the portrayal of Dora Pejačević, alongside Rade Šerbedžija, in the biopic Kontesa Dora; and in 2003 for her role in Vinko Brešan's film Witnesses.
Películas y Series de TV
What a Country!
A story about suicidal general, a minister in the Croatian government who voluntarily locks himself inside a prison cell, and 4 pensioners, who steal the coffin with the remains of the late Croatian p...
A young and successful copywriter Alan Despot, after trying in vain to renew a broken relationship with his girlfriend, goes to the island of Vis and finds himself torn between his eccentric father, a...
Martina starts a relationship with Filip, a young man who spends most of his time playing video games. After Martina convinces Filip to steal her father's money to go to the Party Beach, everything tu...
Es el año 1992 en Croacia, en una pequeña ciudad cercana a la frontera con Bosnia. En mitad de la noche, se comete un asesinato, resultando muerto el único vecino serbio de la localidad. El jefe de la...
As a Bad Dream
Story about people and their destinies, frustrated by war traumas who try to erase memories of their past.
The Third Woman
In the Autumn of 1991 Croatia is fighting for independence and the capital Zagreb is plagued by air raid alerts and blackouts. Hela Martinic is a reporter, who returns to her home town from Australia,...
A Rifle for Sleeping
Janko, a police officer/veteran of the war, who is suffering from insomnia caused by post-traumatic stress disorder, now works as a guard in front of the Russian embassy in Zagreb. Having abandoned hi...
Fragments: Chronicle of a Vanishing
A young man is determined to find out what happened to his grandfather who was arrested and then disappeared in WW2, why did the new communist government label their family as traitors and why was his...
My Brother Aleksa
The story of poet Aleksa Santic, visionary and romanticist, great loser in private life. The poet was born in strict patriarchal, rich trading family from Mostar, in conservative social environment, i...
A community nurse Ema comes to work in a small village in the lowlands as a replacement, where she discovers the diary that her antecedent left behind, thus finding out more about the ill children she...
Six Days in June
A young man finds a way to spend his last few days of freedom before joining the army. Set in eastern Bosnia in summer of 1968.