A LULLABY FOR SOLDIERS

This is the story of the soldiers of a rifle battery in the First World War who, like hundreds of thousands of others, made the glory of the Serbian army immortal. Some of them were young men for whom it was the first war as for our main character Stevan, a graduate biology student whom his father accompanies to the war not knowing if he would ever see him again; other already hardened warriors and yet only peasants who will think of their families and native fields in moments of respite.

Gathered from all sides of Serbia and infinitely different, through all the difficult days and battles, they become one in the defense of their homeland. This is a story of their heroism and friendship, a story of harmony and togetherness without which none of them would have survived. And only one of them did survive, and this film is his memory of his comrades-in-arms, as well as the memory of half a million Serbian soldiers who died in the First World War, over whose graves a small blue flower called lullaby blooms to protect them when fate and history couldn’t have done it…


DIRECTOR: PREDRAG ANTONIJEVIĆ
SCREENPLAY: PREDRAG ANTONIJEVIĆ, NATAŠA DRAKULIĆ
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: MILOŠ KODEMO
EDITING: FILIP DEDIĆ
MUSIC: ALEKSANDRA KOVAČ
SOUND DESIGN: VELIBOR HAJDUKOVIĆ, NEBOJŠA ZORIĆ
COSTUME: IVANKA KRSTOVIĆ
SCENOGRAPHY: MILENKO JEREMIĆ, PREDRAG PEJOVIĆ
MASK/MAKE-UP ARTIST: MARINELA SPASENOVIĆ

CAST:LJUBOMIR BANDOVIĆ, MARKO VASILJEVIĆ, VUK JOVANOVIĆ, VUK KOSTIĆ, MARKO PAVLOVSKI, NENAD OKANOVIĆ, MARKO GVERO, ALEKSANDAR ĐURICA, IVAN ĐORĐEVIĆ, NIKOLA ILIĆ, MILICA MIHAJLOVIĆ, TIHOMIR ARSIĆ, TARA JEVROSIMOVIĆ, NATAŠA NINKOVIĆ, RADOŠ BAJIĆ, NEBOJŠA GLOGOVAC

Gathered from all sides of Serbia and infinitely different, through all the difficult days and battles, they become one in the defense of their homeland. This is a story of their heroism and friendship, a story of harmony and togetherness without which none of them would have survived. And only one survived, and this film is his memory of his comrades-in-arms, as well as the memory of half a million Serbian soldiers who died in the First World War, over whose graves a small blue flower called lullaby blooms to protect them when fate and history couldn’t have done it…