A lot can be said about the society by observing its architecture and cinema. The first one is devised to structure the private and social life of its citizens. The latter functions as a reflection of its dreams, expectations and general attitude(s) towards itself. Thus it is no wonder that some of the best Croatian films use architecture as more than just a backdrop for their stories. Starting...
This documentary short follows the moving of the inhabitants and subsequent tearing down of the house in the working class neighborhood in Zagreb.
YUGOSLAVIA | 9 minutes | 1981
Due to a huge demand, getting an apartment in the new socialist society was not an easy task, so most people only dreamed to have the apartment of their own. Some of them developed schemes — not always...
YUGOSLAVIA | 98 minutes | 1961
YUGOSLAVIA | 14 minutes | 1962
| Where Martin in the Clouds ends, The Third Key begins. A young couple, troubled with the lack of money and unresolved private issues, moves into a new building. Very soon they start to feel as if somebody has...
YUGOSLAVIA | 81 minutes | 1983
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