Production year: 1947
Duration: oko 100 minuta
Technique: 35mm standard, black & white
The story takes place in Dalmatia before WW II. A poor girl, Slavica, and a young fisherman, Marin, first experience the bitterness of social inequality, and then join the fight against the Italian occupation. They help to hide a newly built fishing boat in order to give it to the Partisans. Soon, Italian occupiers catch them but the Partisans save them. Slavica and Marin join the Partisans…
Irena Kolesar (Slavica), Marijan Lovrić (Marin), Dubravko Dujšin, Carka Jovanović, Ljubiša Jovanović, Jozo Laurenčić, Boža Nikolić, Ivka Rutić, Dejan Dubajić i dr.
Country of production:
Federative National Republic of Yugoslavia (National Republic of Serbia)
This was the first film in socialist Yugoslavia produced in Serbia. However, the majority of the crew that worked on the film, including the director and screenwriter Vjekoslav Afrić, was Croatian. Also, the story takes place in the Croatian province of Dalmatia. This is a film with very likable, almost naïve direction, narration and acting and its war story with melodramatic and humorous elements captured audiences and had a crucial influence on later Yugoslav films.
Screening permit: April 29, 1947
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