Broad Are the Leaves Trailer

Broad Are the Leaves Trailer (1981)

02 April 1981 War 106 mins

The action takes place in 1943 and today, and a Partisan school in Srem is in the center of action. A young journalist gets appointed to shoot a film report about the participants in the Liberation War from this area. In Srem village she meets common, simple people. She discovers that a free territory and a Partisan school was there. She also finds out that everybody acted as one. Deply going through all of those events, young reporter grows mature, identifying herself with the revolution participants.

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Serbia 02 April 1981

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