After writing a book about life after death, a cardiologist experiences a heart attack while jogging, exactly the same thing he wrote about in his book. After that, he meets beautiful and mysterious woman.
The Night of San Lorenzo, the night of the shooting stars, is the night when dreams come true in Italian folklore. In 1944, a group of Italians flee their town after hearing rumours that ... See full summary »
Poetic and slow, with beautiful photography, this is the third feature-length film of director Ante Babaya. Shows life and customs on Croatian Adriatic islands before World War II. The funeral in his native village on an Adriatic island, evokes the main character's reminiscences from the childhood, but the bygone time exist only in his memories. He recalls his childhood, when his father was a steward of a rich woman. He remembers his father's conflicts with peasants, farmers and fishermen, the world which was strange to him because of injustice and suffering of others. But he also recalls the world after the war, when new government disowned the former ruling class and introduced new injustice and suffering.
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