Impressive nature shots of the Lika region in the Croatian interior filmed over the four seasons form a contrast to the director’s off-screen autobiographical tale – four lost pregnancies, separation, and epilepsy.
In her autobiographical documentary, the director addresses a dark chapter of Yugoslavian real socialism – the persecution of persons declared “politically unsuitable” and enemies of the people during the Tito era.
For decades, a couple managed a small pub at Sisak bus station, right next to the entrance of one of the once biggest steel mills in Eastern Europe. The film documents the last days before the Buffet Željezara closes
Day and night Ljiljana, a young woman from the Croatian province of Slavonia, drives a taxi in the Croatian capital of Zagreb. Not only a portrait of contemporary Croatian society but also of a precarious existence.