Tko pjeva zlo ne misli

One Song a Day Takes Mischief Away

  • Fiction Film
comedy, drama, musical
  • 1970
  • Yugoslavia (Croatia)

Entanglements in the home of a middle class family in Zagreb in 1935. The father drinks a lot of spritzers, the mother dreams about having lovers, her sister comes to visit uninvited and aggravates the life of her son-in-law, and the son who watches all of this. One day a young man, a snob steps into their lives and starts flattering the parents. The father sees him as an ideal opportunity to get rid of his boring sister-in-law, but then a scandal breaks out.

Director Krešimir Golik
Cast Relja Bašić, Mirjana Bohanec, Vida Jerman
Awards 1 award
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Writing

based on the book by
(zgodba: Iz dnevnika malog Perice)
screenwriter
screenwriter

Direction

director

Cinematography

director of photography

Music

music composer

Editing

film editor

Production design

production designer

Costume design

costume designer
key sound technician

production

production
Diploma
best sound design
1971

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Premiere
1970
Premiere
20.10.1970, Yugoslavia
Alternative title
One Song a Day Takes Mischief Away (English)
Kdor poje, zlo ne misli (Slovenian)
Genres
comedy, drama, musical
Production countries
Yugoslavia (Croatia)
Languages
Croatian
Technical data
Aspect ratio
1,66:1 (5:3)
Duration and length
2590 meters
Colour
Color
Sound
mono comopt
Negative format
film 35mm
Screening formats
film 35mm (Eastmancolor)

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