Synopsis by Perry Seibert
Andrej Kosak's prison drama Zvenenje v Glavi (Headnoise) takes place in a Yugoslavian prison in the 1970s and is based on a real incident. After guards deny inmates the opportunity to watch an Olympic basketball game, the prisoners stage a riot that leads to them controlling the jail. Keber (Jernej Sugman), who was the prisoners' unofficial leader, asks fellow inmate Mrak (Radko Polic) to create law and order. As Keber pines for his wife from whom he is separated, Mrak lets his newfound power corrupt him. Headnoise was screened at the 2003 Palm Springs Film Festival.