Želimir Žilnik — West Germany — 1975 — 12'
In buildings where foreign workers lived in Germany, there were strict rules of conduct, defined by the house rules and supervised by the building superintendents. Many rights regarding the freedom of movement, communication and behavior were abused. Interviews with the tenants and with the “orderlies” which point out absurd situations and clashes caused by these restrictions.
|Director of photography||Vlada Majić|
|Category||Želimir Žilnik: A Diary from West Germany|
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