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Drazen Petrovic Rumors

Legendary Croatian-born NBA player Dražen Petrović will be portrayed in Danilo Šerbedžija’s upcoming biopic film “Higher Force – The Drazen Petrovic Story” (working title). The film was penned by Ivan Turkovic Krnjak (“Lovebox”) and is being produced by Ljubo Zdjelarević and Ivor Šiber at Zagreb-based Kinoteka. The film will shoot next year in Croatia, Germany, and in the U.S. across Portland and New Jersey. It will be released in 2023 on the 30th anniversary of Petrović’ death.
Storyline: Drazen Petrovic Documentary
“This is not just another sports movie but a drama that deals with the phenomenon of Petrović’ fighting spirit and genius and the larger than life character that exploded into the courts of the American NBA from Europe,” said Šerbedžija. “The film also focuses on his personal life off the court and examines the challenges and insecurities of being a unique athlete.”
Who’s the greatest long-range shooter of all time? And yes, you can include yourself. Reggie Miller: I would never say myself, no. I think Steph has changed the game; right now, he sits alone. Before Steph, the best I’d seen to that point was Drazen Petrovic. But Steph has revolutionized and changed the perception of shooters. Drazen and I would run off screens, catch and shoot, but Steph can do everything. To me, he sits alone on the mountaintop of shooters.
Legendary Croatian-born NBA player Drazen Petrovic will be portrayed in Danilo Serbedzija’s upcoming biopic film “Higher Force – The Drazen Petrovic Story” (working title). The film was penned by Ivan Turkovic Krnjak (“Lovebox”) and is being produced by Ljubo Zdjelarevic and Ivor Siber at Zagreb-based Kinoteka. The film will shoot next year in Croatia, Germany, and in the U.S. across Portland and New Jersey. It will be released in 2023 on the 30th anniversary of Petrovic’s death. One of Croatia’s best known filmmakers, Serbedzija previously directed “Tereza37” which was Croatia’s official Oscar entry this year. His other directorial credits include “72 Days” which was Croatia’s Oscar entry in 2011, and “The Liberation of Skopje” which he co-directed with his father, the actor-director Rade Serbedzija.