Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
A young clerk follows in his father's footsteps and goes to work for a bank. He soon discovers his attitudes about work and social conditions have been passed down through the generations. Longing to break away from the life of a predictable, colorless bean counter, the young man battles bureaucratic dehumanization and dreams of leaving his dull existence behind. During a job-screening process, he and another woman comically try to hide urine specimens from each other. This satirical comedy feature is subtitled "The Fantastic Youth of Boris Horvat the Clerk."
against-the-system, bank, bureaucracy, clerk