- Director: Juraj Jakubisko
- Writer: Juraj Jakubisko; Karol Sidon
- Producer: Jan Svikruha; Jan Tomaskovic
At times, beautifully shot...but, rubbish nonetheless.
Perhaps, Dogme before Dogme.
Rather radical for its time but, there is no escaping its art-school student roots - the sound is piercing, the concept interesting, the execution incomprehensible.
Jakubisko went on to do bigger and better things - interesting for those interested in his development as a director - but, only for those who are really interested.
In the aftermath of war, two men and a woman begin acting more like children than adults, leading to tragedy.