I am amazed. This is emotional, experiencing, realistic, deep, simple. It is about post-war situation of one family or couple. It is showing what I would interpret as mild post-war mental trauma, something like anxiety disorder here. It reminds me of personal experience with anxiety, anything from milder like shyness or discomfort, to deep like panic attacks and hospitalization. It shows how anxiety can change our behavior, perception, performance. This movie is composed of many smaller very simple events, but anyone who has or knows about anxiety, and especially who knows or lives in Bosnia, will understand and like this movie. There is constant feeling of hope, empathy, understanding. For example I expected that guy will start flirting or fall in love with some girl, yup, even with his anxiety. Or at least that something else will deepen such as accepting job offer, healing, talking about it more... I am only disappointed by the end which is negative, and lacks additional development and opportunities. So can't give it 10 stars. If it was just bit deeper, more action, more details, could be perfect. It is also about social stigma related to such mental disorders, which I noticed at the end in that dialogue with neighbor, although probably not easy to notice that for everybody. I think this is one more subjective and emotional movie.