Into another history of European Cinema
Ciclos y Retrospectivas


Aleksandar Petrovic | Serbia | 1965 | 80 min.
O.V. in Serbo-Croatian subtitled in English and Spanish

Only twenty years after the end of the conflict, Three offers a surprisingly modern look at World War II, both in form and substance. Away from patriotism, we follow the anti-hero Milos Bojanic in three moments before, during and after the war. Before, in the chaos and pettiness of the masses fleeing from the first attacks. During, as a partisan escaping from German troops. And after, as an officer in a prisoner-of-war camp. By Aleksandar Petrović, a key player in the Yugoslav Black Wave along with names like Dušan Makavejev or Želimir Žilnik, nominated for the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 1966.

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