Nasvidenje v naslednji vojni

Farewell until the Next War

  • Fiction Film
  • 118’
drama, romantic, war
  • 1980
  • Yugoslavia (Slovenia)

During their holidays in Spain, a meeting takes place between two former deadly enemies: the Slovene partisan Berk and the German soldier Bitter, who had fought in Yugoslavia. In the vivacious and cheerful atmosphere of Spain they evoke in their conversations memories of the wartime period they lived through as adversaries. Their conversations are interwoven with vivid pictures of Berk's personal

During their holidays in Spain, a meeting takes place between two former deadly enemies: the Slovene partisan Berk and the German soldier Bitter, who had fought in Yugoslavia. In the vivacious and cheerful atmosphere of Spain they evoke in their conversations memories of the wartime period they lived through as adversaries. Their conversations are interwoven with vivid pictures of Berk's personal recollections of wartime people and events in which Anton, an experienced fighter from the Spanish Civil War, has an important role. Berk spends with Anton the greatest part of his partisanship until Anton's tragic death towards the end of the war.

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Writing

based on the book by
(roman: Manuet za kitaro)
screenwriter

Direction

Cinematography

director of photography

Music

music composer

Editing

Production design

production designer

Costume design

costume designer

Make-up

key make-up artist
assistant director
line producer
key sound technician
photographer

production

production
Stop Magazine Award for Best Actor
best actor/actress
1980
Metod Badjura Recognition Award
best production design
1980
Metod Badjura Recognition Award
best performance
1980
MEtod Badjura Silver Plaque
best costume design
1980
Premiere
10.07.1980, Yugoslavia
Alternative title
Farewell until the Next War (english)
Genres
drama, romantic, war
Production countries
Yugoslavia (Slovenia)
Technical data
Duration and length
118 minutes / 3213 meters
Colour
Colour
Sound
mono
Negative format
film 35mm
Screening formats
film 35mm

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