Screening of a domestic film “Idemo dalje” (pronunciation: ee-dehmo dahlyeh; meaning: let’s move on), in a version adapted for our users, will be held in the hall of the Montenegro State Lending Library for the Visually Impaired on Tuesday, 26th September, beginning at 19 h.
Interactive adaptation of the film will be performed live by our associate high school teacher Igor Tomić (pronunciation: Tommeech).
About the film:
"Idemo dalje" is a Yugoslav film of 1982. It was directed by Zdravko Šotra (pronunciation: Zdrahvko Shotra), and screenplay was developed by Slobodan Stojanović (pronunciation: Stoyanovich).
A young teacher, and a partisan, comes in a freshly liberated small town in Serbia. His war, partisan “pedagogy” clashes with the old methods of working in the school. The children, of course, always support their teacher, their honest friend. The story is, actually, a child’s memory and remembrance of a different time which has left deep traces in vulnerable young souls of entire generations.
Actors: Dragan Nikolić (pronunciation: Nikolich), Danilo Bata Stojković (pronunciation: Stoykovich) Velimir Bata Živojinović (pronunciation: Zhivo-eenovich), Ena Begović (pronunciation: Behgovich), Pavle Vuisić (pronunciation: Vuisich), Olivera Marković (pronunciation: Olivehra Marcovich), Slobodan Aligrudić (pronunciation: Aligrudich), Jelica Sretenović (pronunciation: Yelitsa Sretenovich), Milivoje Tomić (pronunciation: Milivoya Tommeech)….