Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
In a socio-psychological look at Sasa (Boris Komenic), an unemployed architect increasingly out of synch with the times, director Goran Markovic has created an interesting commentary on both a generation gap and a few gaps in the younger generation. Sasa tends to sleep around with just about any woman, though his most steady interest is a young art student half his age (Gordana Gadzic). His sexual exploits get him into trouble more than once, the porno mobiles he makes for a living get him into trouble with the police, and now he has been duped into working on some half-baked blueprints for his new, shady bosses. They have a scheme to make a mint on some dubious high-rises. The ideals that fired up Sasa at the end of the '60s seem to have wilted on the vine, and now he is faced with some heavy-duty searching of his own weakened conscience as he considers where he is now, and where he was in 1968.