Nail Films, Germany / Sweden 2012
76 min, digital, 4:3, bw/color, 5.1 / 2.0 sound
To promote their book Bosnian Flat Dog, Swedish comics artists Max Andersson and Lars Sjunnesson tour the countries of former Yugoslavia with a mummyfied Marshal Tito in a refrigerator.
Watching border controls turn into improvised snapshot sessions, admiring mutant iron-curtain Disney toys, buying souvenir grenade shell handicrafts and discovering sniper art in blown-out apartments, they find that truth may indeed be stranger than fiction.
A roller coaster ride through a parallel universe where all borders are disintegrating – at the same time tragic, poetic and bleakly funny.
Directors: Max Andersson, Helena Ahonen
Writer/Designer/Photographer/Animator/Editor/Producer: Max Andersson
DV Photograper/Producer: Helena Ahonen
Co-designer: Lars Sjunnesson
Sound designer: Per-Henrik Mäenpää
Co-producer: Michael Sevholt
Cast: Lars Sjunnesson, Max Andersson, Helena Ahonen, Štefan Skledar, Katerina Mirovic, Ivan Mitrevski, Igor Prassel, Igor Hofbauer, Radovan Popovic, Saša Rakezic, Vladimir Nedeljkovic, Anders Möllander, Mirza Bezirevic, Nedim Cišic, Marko Tomas
Music by: Crveni Koralji, Delfini, Dubioza Kolektiv, Elektricni Orgazam, Gnjevni Crv, Idoli, Indexi, Klopka za Pionira, Laibach, Luna, Mono-ton, Obojeni Program, Parketi, Termiti, Tito’s bojs, Vuneny