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If you're 6 and this is your first film, that's the only chance you'll say it is the best you've ever seen, because you'll never want to see any more. Stupid, sick and insulting to any sane person. The climax of this wannabe film is its title, that paraphrases two Slovenian classics: Vesna from 1953 and Na svoji zemlji (1948). Watching Na svoji vesni made me wanna cry, because in my country many good films have been made, including Academy Award nominee for short picture (A)torzija (2003), which have shown some potential of our filmmakers. To say the least this "film" hasn't any script; actually it's made of unconnected gags, actors do not deserve such word and so on...
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