Director: Pjer Zalica; Writer: Pjer Zalica; Producer: Jasmin Durakovic, Ademir Kenovic, Thierry Lenouvel, Zijad Mehic, Josef Platt, Branko Simunac; Cinematographer: Mirsad Herovic; Editor: Almir Kenovic; Cast: Enis Beslagic, Bogdan Diklic, Sasa Petrovic, Izudin Bajrovic, Jasna Zalica, Senad Basic, Admir Glamocak, Emir Hadzihafizbegovic, Fedja Stukan, Gordana Boban, Aleksandar Seksan, Hubert Kramar, Almir Cehajic, Ana Vilenica, Amra Kapidzic, Zivorad Mihajlovic, Sead Pandur, Mirza Tanovic, Ana Stefanovic, Vanja Ejdus, Anita Kajasa, Sanela Pepeljak, Alban Ukaj, Gradimir Gojer, Fikret Delic, Elma Ahmetovic, Alen Muratovic, Sabrija Muhic, Jasna Diklic, Muharem Malagic, Nevzeta Musabegovic, Ismar Zalica, Ivor Herovic, Sasa Losic
Summary: In the Bosnian town of Tesanj, not long after the Balkan war, land mines claim victims, corruption is rampant, women are trafficked into Serbia, but there's a sort of peace. Zaim, the retired police chief, has alcoholic visions of his dead son Adnan, whose body's missing. Adnan's siblings, Faruk and Azra, watch their father's decline. It's announced that President Clinton will pay Tesanj a visit to see the new harmony. Whores are hidden from sight, Serbs are trucked in to integrate the neighborhood; the children's choir learns "House of the Rising Sun." Meanwhile, Faruk wants to sort out his brother's death to bring some peace to his house. Can it work out? Irony is everywhere.