MALI VOJNICI/ PLAYING SOLDIERS

cast & crew

Title:

MALI VOJNICI/PLAYING SOLDIERS

*Remastered

Running time:

1h 32 min

Released:

1967.

The original format:

35 mm

Digital format:

HD 1920 x 1080

Directed by:

Bahrudin Bato Čengić

Screenplay by:

Mirko Kovač

Cast:

Stole Aranđelović, Marika Tocinovska, Zaim Muzaferija, Zlatko Madunić, Mija Aleksić

Production company:

Bosna film Sarajevo

Director of photography:

Aleksandar Vesligaj

Music by:

Bojan Adamič

Scenography:

Džemal Ćesović

Costume design:

Josef Atijas

Edited by:

Manja Fuks

Synopsis:

The film tells a story about boys who have lost their parents in war and whose new home is an orphanage located in an old monastery. The only game they play is war, but there is a blonde boy who refuses to join. Some small indicators make the boys suspect the blonde to be of German origin, and despite the attempts of the headmaster to protect the boy, the group is determined to put the blonde boy on trial – as if he were a war criminal. The verdict the group of boys reached is merciless; the war scarred their souls severely. Because of this, the film is often considered as one of the Yugoslav Black Wave achievements.

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