I. S. returns after many years to his hometown, from which he escaped after WW II, fearing that, as a civil clerk of the NDH, could suffer prosecution from the new government. He has been falsely accused to be a member of Ustasha movement.
Peter is a pensioner who works for a bank - a department store, more precisely - and his job is to collect debts from the citizens. While conducting his work, he finds the young man Miki to... See full summary »
Splendid detective movie with sophisticated social and political criticism
Druga strana medalje (Other Side of Medal) by Fadil Hadzic, one of the central persons of Croatian culture in second half of 20th century, is tense detective movie with strong characters (and splendid actors), movie which in the same time function as a respectable example of genre, and subtle social and political comment. It is also accurate portrait of Rijeka, the biggest Croatian harbor, and its multicultural society.
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