Artikelnummer 5638

OCCUPATION IN 26 PICTURES (1978) * with switchable English and Spanish subtitles *

Lordan Zafranovic Writers: Filip David (collaborator), Stipe Gurdulic (collaborator) | 4 more credits » Stars: Frano Lasic, Milan Strljic, Tanja Poberznik

The movie chronicles a friendship between three young men: an Italian; a Croat; and the son of a Jewish store owner. Before the War, they were fast friends, enjoying each other's company at carnival and competing at a fencing club. When German and Italian Fascists occupy Yugoslavia in 1941, a puppet regime of Croat nationalists is set up (the Ustasha) and a policy of divide and conquer is put into place. It isn't long before atrocities are committed and those of Jewish heritage and/or leftist leanings are imprisoned and murdered. Toni joins the Fascists, while Miho (the Jew) escapes captivity and death. Niko and his father become anti-Fascists and join the Resistance. 

DVD-R is in Serbo-Croatian with switchable English and Spanish subtitles. Approx. 112 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality! 


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