It Rains in My Village
Precious moments from Yugoslavian cinematography.
In the early sixties Yugoslavia achieved its highest levels of film production and export during this period of intense creativity and experimentation. New tendency is increasing the individual and collective freedom of artistic expression, to reform cinematic forms and language. Filmmakers wanted to get right to reflect the darker side of human and to critique line of policy of a socialist state. This stream gained international attention and provoked strong controversies within Yugoslavia. Liberalisation of film form and expression reached its apex in 1967– 1968. In the next years, the counter-offensive against new movement in the cinema intensified.