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Tri. Three. Which may even be a play, because this was voted number 4 by Serbian's as the 4th best Yugoslavian movie.
At first the movie raised many questions. I tried watching this movie without knowing any of the plot. Not even reading the IMDb synopsis. So my main question was "Is this movie three scenes?" No, it is actually the films theme, through three depictions/perspectives.
The film can be hard to follow for modern generation film watchers because of the combination of silence and black and white on film. But this only amplifies the film experience for those who can stay awake. The film in Serbian has very brief sentences that are hard to read subtitles. But soon it adds to the film experience. The movie theme is death and it is hard to understand whether we should sympathize, empathize, or really, what emotion we should think of when the deaths of the movie occur.
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