Two old friends twenty years later are looking for the grave of a third friend who was killed in partisan action. Over the peacetime years, their friendship has been put to a number of tests. In a flashback, the two ex-partisans recall the exchange of fire in which their friend was killed. They go an argument about the sense of the struggle, about the meaning of life. Nearby, a company of young people enjoys themselves, playing the guitar and singing. Will they grasp the message conveyed to them by that boy who never lived to be their senior?
Georgi Djulgerov <firstname.lastname@example.org>