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I watched most ex-Yugoslavian movies made in 1960-1990 and somehow missed this one. I did not know how lucky I was.
I cannot remember when I saw movie that was so badly made, naive, and story that is more predictable than weather in the desert.
If you do not have anything else to do but to watch this movie, check if you have any rice in your place and count grains. Time will be better spent.
There are few well-known actors and other people involved in making this movie and I hoped that I will find somewhere that at least one of them apologized for participating in this tragedy, but my hopes were for nothing. Movie was made at the time when Yugoslavia already had some success on prestigious movie festivals and quite good movies and it is hard to understand why anybody decided to make this one.
Maybe an explanation can be found in the fact that one of investors in the movie was a peasant co-operative.
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