Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this Serbian anti-war film, radical Serb director Zelimir Zilnik promotes his view that it is better to make love than it is to make war. The heroes are a transvestite, Merlin, and Sanela, a prostitute. They live together in a suburban home outside of Belgrade. Dzoni, who has recently come back from fighting on the Bosnian front, is the aggressive and heavily armed bad-guy. He desperately needs sex to mellow out his destructive urges.
anti-war, prostitute/prostitution, sex, transvestite