Yoko is an ordinary housewife living in an ordinary apartment block. She has no real complaints as she goes about her tedious days, although her husband, Shinichi, is rather predictable in bed. They have one son, Junichi, and Yoko feels at a loss regarding his recently-acquired adolescent interest in sex and his secret stash of erotic magazines. Junichi is about to write his junior high school entrance exams, so he’s heading off to cram school camp for New Year’s. Before going, he makes a surprising suggestion, “Why don’t you guys go somewhere for New Year’s?” Yoko and Shinichi are suddenly faced with the prospect of New Year’s apart from their son. How will this couple, who’ve already lived half of their lives, change their behavior when it’s just the two of them?
A Naive man from the Lolliland leaves a generous tip, but the currency is not to the restaurant's standers.
Fighting disabilities and cancer with their chins up, mother and son meander through the city against a tide of indifferent faces and distant eyes and arrive in a park, where blissful tranquility and a ray of sunshine await them.
The story of a simple fellow from a small town who travels to Tehran to find a suitable girl for marriage.
Director Francis Ford Coppola and production staff reveal the secrets behind the 1992 masterpiece.
An essay film on the editing of erotic movies.
Buzga the shepherd, an object of ridicule among his fellow villagers, discovers his painting talent and becomes famous. Their envy leads them to paint themselves and try to outperform him, but after realizing that only Buzga's paintings are valued, they decide to steal his works.
Whereas Lična Disciplina is a straight forward documentation of Terek’s performance, in The Effects of Earth's Gravity on Naive Beings Petrovic conveys his pessimistic message with a wide range of formal effects of the image and the sound. This film was produced at the Amateur Film Club of House of Youth Belgrade (Amaterski Filmski Klub Doma Omladine Beograd) and not in the AFC.