Tito Among the Serbs for the Second Time

  • Želimir Žilnik
  • Jugoslavija
  • 1994
  • 43'
  • Tito po drugi put među Srbima

Belgrade at the beginning of the 1990s. Accompanied by a film crew, actor Dragomir Mićko Ljubičić walks the streets dressed as the famous Marshal in order to size up the situation and hear what the people think. The fake Tito attracts a small crowd of people, passersby and those drawn by the striking uniform. Most people are in on the game. Heated debates arise, lamentations about times gone by, but also bitter accusations of Tito who is to blame for everything. The crowd is growing and the situation is turning into a tumult.


Želimir Žilnik

Born in 1942 in Niš. One of the most notable representatives of the Yugoslav Black Wave, whose films were often censored and banned, but he has gained international acclaim since his earliest works. His diverse filmography includes: Early Works (1969), Pretty Women Walking Through the City (1986), The Way Steel Was Tempered (1988), and Marble Ass (1995).


Tito Among the Serbs for the Second Time

Želimir Žilnik
Želimir Žilnik
B92, Beograd
Dragoljub Ljubičić, Milan Pavlović
Miodrag Milošević
Dara Arsenov

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