Twenty-year-old Ivan Jokic studies molecular biology at the University of Belgrade. He travels to school by taxi, carries a scalpel in his pocket, suffers from paranoia, and is often awakened in his sleep by nightmares. His gaudy sunglasses, colored hair and entire look give away his homosexuality.
At the end of the 20th century, the people of Serbia were faced with a profound social and economic crisis, the disintegration of the country and wars. At times like that the following question arises: What is healthy and what is sick? This film follows a group of several psychiatric ward inmates and their perception of the world, relationships, emotions, justice and injustice.
Sajmiste - The History of A Camp
This is a story about a completely different time, a story about people no longer exist,a story about forgotten place of execution. About a place where thousandsof Jews and Serbs were murdered, a place of horrible suffering, death and memories.This is a history of one of the most notorious camps in World War II, presentingnew documents and interpretations, exclusive testimonies of surviving witnesses, and so far unpublished and unseen archive materials. The documentary presents testimonies from miraculously surviving eyewitnesses, former camp prisoners andfeatures reconstructions of the actual events while using archive material which hasnot been seen or published before.
Petar, the world accordion champion and a passionate cyclist, is one of 500.000 young people who have left Serbia in the last decade to escape war and lack of opportunities. Now, he decides to get familiar with Serbia on his bike – he will cycle from north to south, from the capital of Belgrade to the divided city of Kosovska Mitrovica in Kosovo. As we follow his journey, the grotesque, sad, funny and true picture of Serbia unfolds before us.