Like silent observers, in this short film we are witnesses of how children of all ages play with toy weapons of all kinds. And it seems that, as they say, in the Balkans each generation has its War.
AWARDS: Human Rights Award. Sarajevo Film Festival/ Best Production. IFOLT/ Best Croatian Short. Opuzen Film Festival
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Real Man’s Film. The wars of the new generations
In the Balkans, sons are continuing fights started by their fathers.
There are rifles and pistols in every hand. Concentration of arms has reached a critical point.
Even the smallest incident would be disastrous to this fragile peace. Watching children playing with toy guns makes you wander: what are we leaving to the next generation?