"Who's Singing Over There?"
Directed by Slobodan Sijan
subversive, inventive, humorous feature from the talented Slobodan Sijan is set on a bus
of provincials who are making their way to Belgrade unaware that tragedy awaits them on
April 6, 1941, when Nazi Germany will launch a savage attack on Belgrade. In this film,
which helped define the "black cinema" of Yugoslavia, all the passengers are
killed except for two gypsy singers who were previously abused and beaten by the
passengers, and who, at the end, stand in the rubble singing of the things to come. With
Pavle Vujisic, Dragan Nikolic, Aleksander Bercek and Neda Arneric.
Serbo-Croatian with English subtitles. 86 minutes.