Synopsis by Perry Seibert
Zelimir Zilnik's Kenedi Hazater (Kennedy Comes Back Home) is a harrowing documentary about political refugees. Many Yugoslavians escaped that country during its civil war and fled to Germany. After the formation of Serbia and Montenegro, it was decided that those refugees should return. Without any money or property, they are forced to live in the most squalid conditions imaginable. The film focuses on one of these refugees, Kenedi Hasani, whose difficult existence as a cab driver provides what little framework the film possesses. Kennedy Comes Back Home was screened at the Palic Film Festival.