|Type of Film:||Feature Narrative|
|Produced by:||Ðorde Legen|
|Editing By:||Uja Irgolic|
|Music By:||Tom Lemajic|
In 1970, at the peak of the Yugoslavian “Black Wave,” a young filmmaker named Karpo Godina took a trip through the flat hinterland of Vojvodina with his camera. Much of the resulting road film has been lost to time, but fortunately for experimental film lovers everywhere, filmmaker Matjaz Ivanisin saved the few original fragments left of the film, and 40 years later took his own camera on a modern-day journey retracing Godina’s original path. He talked to people Godina met during his travels, recording their memories, their progeny, and their contemporary way of life. The resulting film is richly multi-layered, with period folk music augmenting its meditation on the local village culture and inhabitants of five villages in what was once rural Yugoslavia.