With a style reminiscent of Jean-Luc Godard, this Serbian drama follows a half-dozen prostitutes who arrive in a small Serbian village on the Danube and get involved with six local men, including a campanologist seekin...展开g "blue tone" church bells and a famed fashion designer returning to his birthplace. Subplots include plans for stealing tulip bulbs from Holland to launch a local tulip industry and the marketing of a perfume with a hand-grenade package design. Shown at the 1998 Berlin Film Festival.
Each of us has a homeland. Sometimes we live in it, but if we don't, we like to come back to it from time to time. After a number of years Ivan Lepic, a famous fashion designer, known in Belgrade and Paris alike, returns to the small town of his birth. Famous people are one-time kids whom no one believed would do anything in the big wide world. When they visit their native regions, people don't quite know how to take them and they are even looked at a little suspiciously. Perhaps they too seek something the small village can no longer offer them. Love is blooming in the town. Six girls from Russia have met six of the local young men. The tango is their favourite dance.