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I Don't Know Where, Or When, Or How...

Yugoslavia, 1994 (MIFF 1995, Documentary)

Director: Zelimir Gvardiol

Fatigue of life. Impotence. Evocative close-up images of the physical effects of age layer this film about elderly people. They are living in high inflation, small pensions and the indignity of financial poverty in a world that for them has changed too quickly This film is a visually rich and moving exploration of the destiny of old people, in unsympathetic modern times .

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