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This is so good its hurts. Too bad it is not feature-length movie. Balkan paradoxes and every day surrealism, with aphorisms voice over, so universal for any part of the world, even for a technological society. Amazing collection of scenes that are completely not set up. Filmed in Serbia, Republika Srpska and today's Kosovo. Edited with various documentary clips with mesmerizing voice by Nebojsa Glogovac. His voice and specially selected thoughts by aphorists, actually give us the author's thoughts and views about our apocalyptic world. Boris Mitic's literal calls to a duel with those who pollute the world is don quixotic scream by our haunted generations of the nineties.
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