19 November 2014 | joeserpa
Main engine behind this movie as a director!
This movie is good for one soul purpose, it was a creation of one of the best Bosnian director ever (and Bosnia have Oscar winners directors), Hajrudin Krvavac.
Hajrudin Krvavac was real "engine" behind this movie, not main actor Bata Zivojinovic, who was in that time communist regime actor n°1, so any director who created in that time bigger movie in Bosnia or in former Yugoslavia, was ordered by communist regime to take Zivojinovic like main actor. Every movie of Krvavac are pretty watchful, like Most (Bridge), or Partisans Escadrille.
Beside Zivojinovic acting performance in that movie was very weak, one of the worst in that movie. Beside in real life, Zivojinovic is opposite from Valter in movie, he is some kind of the fake Valter in real life, he was in 90s in Milosevic's Chetniks party, so real Valter in reality fought Chetniks and those like Zivojinovic, because they were on side of the Axis.
Also it is wrong to say that country of origin of this movie is Yugoslavia.
Yugoslavia don't exist, it was a communist union created by six countries, and this movie was not financed from Yugoslav budget, but by Bosnia Film from Sarajevo, and majority owner of that movie "house" was Bosnia. So owner of that movie is Bosnia, not Yugoslavia.
It was Bosnian movie and Bosnian director. Also Serbo-Croatian language don't exist, it was artificial "language" created 1954 in Novi Sad by Serbian and Croatian communists and imposed by them to all others in former Yugoslavia.
This movie languages are Bosnian and German!