Production year: 1967
Duration: 92 minuta
Technique: black and white
De Gleria Mile
The story takes place on the last day of WW II. Partisans are approaching a concentration camp in which the Ustashas intend to execute the prisoners. The Ustashas plan to transport the prisoners to a bridge, which they will blow up in order to stop the partisans from advancing further. However, the prisoners have plans of their own…
Voja Mirić, Fabijan Šovagović, Ivan Šubić, Vanja Drach, Ivo Serdar, Rade Šerbedžija, Relja Bašić
Country of production:
Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (Socialist Republic of Croatia/Socialist Republic of Slovenia)
According to the historian of Croatian film Ivo Škrabalo, with his debut feature film Eduard Galić showed "a vivid sense for evoking atmosphere". Although this film had a strong cast and crew, it did not manage to attract much attention. Perhaps this is partly due to the high competition from outstanding films made during that year, including such gems as: Skupljači perja by Aleksandar Petrović, Jutra by Puriša Ðorđević, Breza by Ante Babaja, Na papirnatim avionima by Matjaž Klopčič, Buđenje pacova by Živojin Pavlović, Protest by Fadil Hadžić and Praznik by Ðorđe Kadijević.
Screening permit: from July 18, 1967
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