|Genres||Biography Documentary Music|
|Writers||Davor Mamuzic (story)
Davor Mamuzic (writer)
|Plot||In 60s, music, lifestyle and system started changing in the former Yugoslavia. Sadly, that change wasn't accepted much due to the political regime. The group that started it all, Indexi stood strong and became the most influential group for the following 50 years. Within those 50 years, Yugoslavia, as the country fell apart in the early 90s when war separated the nation, creating hate between religious and ethnic groups. We take a look back at the musical group Indexi that brought the rock music to former Yugoslavia, and a tribute concert dedicated to them; performed by thirty artists in Toronto from different religions of former Yugoslavia. Music proves to be an universal language that can delete borders between discrimination, religion, politics and ethnic backgrounds.... search for Da sam ja neko on IMDb|
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