Bosnia and Herzegovina
A country girl is coming to town; her father is giving her away to the owner of VIKOM TV where she will join a girls' band. The girls cannot play music, but they are all young and beautiful and serve as a 'decorative background' for the performers who use playback. We follow the girl's transformation and adaptation to the new environment. Through interviews with female singers of different generations (from Beba Selimovic as the oldest one, to Hanka Paldum, Lepa Brena and some very young girls such as Romana), the film analyzes the changes in the functioning of showbiz and the way it treats female singers - it contrasts with their looks, their shows and promo activities then and now. By analyzing positions of managers, their profit, and the way they control women's careers, the film asks many questions about the position of Bosnian women and their reasons for trying to make it in showbiz. It leaves the audience to find their own answers after listening to its male and female protagonists.