A young man grows up in Sarajevo in the 1960s, under the shadow of his good, but ailing father, and gets attracted by the world of small-time criminals. They hire him to hide a young ... See full summary »
A village blacksmith Sekula, hard-muscled but soft-hearted, has everything but the luck when it comes to love. Many women pass through his house, but keep just enough to give birth to ... See full summary »
War arrives to a small secluded village in Vojvodina. The Germans take a group of hostages through the village and on their way molest a small boy. As revenge the boy sets the German corn ... See full summary »
The adventures of Paja and Jare, the two honest and good-natured truck drivers and partners in business. They meet various people while on the road, which mostly turns out bad for them, but... See full summary »
After car crash with some Turk, Pantic gets the idea to build a motel for all Turks who traveling through Yugoslavia. Sojic wants to thwart the plan, and tells the Turk in confidence that Pantic is gay. However, the Turk is also gay.
Trajkovic family are bridge builders. Being forced to move every once in a while, the bridges are everything but pleasant thing for 17 year old Budimir, who is unable to make any permanent ... See full summary »
In this episode Sekula changed his name but quality and art of this (third) sequence remain intact. Dragoslav Lazic's sense of humor and stunning beauty of images are feasts for the eyes and ears. Hope to see more of the same.
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