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The Best of Zagreb Film
Some of Zagreb Film's most recognized and enduring films are not for children. These six explore imagery and the human condition with equal parts outrageousness and beauty.
to Your Neighbor (1:23)
Typical of a Nedeljko Dragic film, the punch line is set up perfectly as a man dresses for just another day at the office.
Based on the music of Eric Satie, this internationally acclaimed film portrays the jungle of the big city -- the supermarket, brothels and bars, and the ripple of water in simultaneous harmony and conflict - all moving to the satirical, mocking, but always lyrical music of Eric Satie.
In this very personal film by Kresimir Zimonic, a young girl's childhood memories come to life as she thumbs through her family photograph album.
Directed by Zlatko Pavlinic, one of Zagreb's zaniest animators. A man picks up a girl in a bar and expects her to do his housework. He is in for a big surprise.
Kresimir Zimonic's wildly entertaining take on the underlying nature of a hard-fought soccer game.
A man establishes an emotional relationship with a blowup doll. From a remarkable collaboration between Zlatko Grgic and the American Bob Godfrey.
A bizarre look at the Dracula legend.