Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
The town drunk was an okay sort before the Nazis came, even though he considered himself part of the ethnic group of Yugoslavian Germans. After the Nazi occupation, he begins bullying his old neighbors, knowing that any actions taken against a German will bring reprisals. Despite this, or perhaps because of it, the townspeople keep the fellow out of trouble as much as possible. However, he goes looking for trouble constantly, and the best schemes of the townspeople cannot prevent their having to suffer for this fool's crimes.
alcoholism, Nazism, occupation [military], survivor, war