This is a pearl in the Serbian (at the time Yugoslav) cinematography. The movie reveals us the spirit of Belgrade (capital of Serbia) at the time entirely, allowing us to literally smell the dust of Belgrade streets, following the character of 'Urke' ex-convict trying to find peace in his life by only way he knows (same way which got him ended in prison at first). Regardless, the movie gives us a strong impression of one persons struggle to be a part of him self on his own way, which leaves us with an sensation of 'no-comment' filled with strong epic and romantic spirit to the very end of it. Music in the movie is perfectly composed and I mean every note is where it should be in order to integrate moments and atmosphere with visual impression. All in all this is a remarkable piece of work and one of Dragan Nikolic best roles.
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