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Educator and those educated in a home for juvenile delinquents in the same test: approach, take a peek into his soul to become a man. The story of a minor, neglected boys-offenders and their teachers who try to reject the old methods of rehabilitation. Written by
Low budget,down to earth,serious but somewhat funny, personal and warming (a bit saddening) Serbian drama about the community in the juvenile/abandoned kids educational center in Belgrade. It's centered around the bonds and conflicts between the two juvenile "inmates" (one experienced and one fresh-cut),and their relationship with their withdrawn,firm-but-fair teacher/tutor/guardian in life they share inside and outside the juvenile center. It's raw and realistic,can't help but compare it to the later made Alan Clarke movies "Scum" and "Made in Britain",without the brutality.
Realistic "real socialism" movie with a lot of heart.
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