Production year: 1965
Duration: oko 100 minuta
Technique: 35mm widescreen, black and white
In search of a better life, three peasants, Radovan, Jeremija and Gaša, arrive to a big city. The oldest among them, Jeremija, cannot adapt to the new environment and the youngest, Gaša, starts a turbulent love affair with Snežana. Radovan starts to go to night school and adapts to the city perfectly…
Vojislav Nikčević (Jeremija), Dragomir Bojanić (Radovan), Kole Angelovski (Gaša), Mija Aleksić (Ðorđe), Pavle Vuisić (Mileta), Mirjana Talevska (Snežana), Marija Kohn (Ðorđe’s mother), Milena Jelić and others.
Country of production:
Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (Socialist Republic of Croatia/ Socialist Republic of Serbia)
Gordan Mihić, Ljubiša Kozomara
Doći i ostatiis one of the three films (the other two are Nikoletina Bursać and Četvrti suputnik) with which Branko Bauer, according to the most of the critics quite unsuccessfully, tried to fit in the dominant modernist trends of the 1960s. This was one of the first screenplays written by the tandem Mihić & Kozomara, who later affirmed themselves through collaboration with Živojin Pavlović. In Pula this film won the Silver Arena as the third best film and the Golden Arena for the best music.
Other awards: Pula 65' - Central Committee of Yugoslav Youth federation and Mladost ’s award to Kole Angelovski
Screening permit: from July 10, 1965
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