The unique experience of a group of architects and sculptors in 1960s and 1970s Yugoslavia, introducing new ways to remember World War II and the victory upon Nazism and Fascism. The curse of history at the beginning of the 90s, with the nationalist forces using those same memories to manipulate the different national communities and lead the country into war. A journey into European memory of the 20th century, the century that started and ended in Sarajevo
Directed by: Andrea Rossini
Camera, editing: Moira Della Fiore; Andrea Rossini
Interviews: Nicole Corritore; Andrea Rossini; Davide Sighele
Sound: Carlo Dall'Asta
Music: Massimo Zamboni (Radio Fandango/Emergency Music)
Fotografia/Photos: Moira Della Fiore; Andrea Rossini; Luka Zanoni
Grafica/Grafic design: Andrea Pandini
Producer: Osservatorio sui Balcani - ITA, 2007
Running Time: 59' PAL
Languages: ITA; ENG; BOS/HRV/SRP
Subtitles: ITA; ENG; BOS/HRV/SRP
Format: coloured DVD box set, II edition 2009
Note: "Extra" section included a photo gallery, the interview with Nataša Kandić and the narratives of Stjepan Mesić and Jakob Atijas at the commemoration event at Jasenovac in 2007 and a coloured booklet with historical background information and description of the 3 Memorial Areas, among the most significant of the ex-Yugoslavia.
The DVD was produced thanks to the support of the Autonomous Province of Trento and the European Union.