Directed by Andrea Staka
Film Movement
58 Minutes
English, Serbo-Croatian
Art, Performing Arts, Women's Studies, Women Directors
Not Rated
DVD $150.00
Blu-ray $150.00
PPR $350.00
DRL $499.00
PPR+DRL $599.00

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An actress, a painter and three musicians from Belgrade leave their homeland to venture a new beginning in New York. The outbreak of the war in 1991 and especially the bomb raids on Belgrade in the spring of 1999 have changed their lives forever. Memories and a painful analysis of the old homeland preoccupy their thoughts. The film tells us the story of their everyday lives, the theatre, painting, music and the search for a lost homeland.

"[This] documentary film directed by Andrea Staka is highly recommended as an insightful portrait of the lives, reflections, and fierce creativity of five transplanted women who left behind the Yugoslavia of their youth for New York City. One has a fascinating contrast here between introspection and artistic expression."- EMRO


  • Mirjana Jokovic
  • Vesna Golubovic
  • Danijela Popovic


Awards & Recognition

Best Documentary
Swiss Film Prize
Official Selection
Locarno Int'l. Film Festival
Official Selection
DOK.fest München
Official Selection
Belgrade Film Festival

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