Little known drama, a masterpiece of early Yugoslavian cinema.
The year is 1893, city of Mostar, Herzegovina, Austro-Hungarian Empire. Stoyan, a poor country boy comes to town and starts to work for a rich but crooked and greedy store owner. When the owner died, Stoyan married his widow and inherited the store and all the bad habits of the late owner...
The winner of several Golden arenas at Film festival in Pula 1954. Directed by Fedor Hanzekovic, produced by Bosna film, Sarajevo. Based on the book written by Svetozar Corovic.
Language orthodox Bosnian (a dialect of Serbo-Croatian)
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