In a small fishing village, people have been living the same life for generations. The life of the people is only slightly above that of the countryside in which they live. All that they have and that identifies them as human beings comes from the sea.
But one night, the normal order of things is disturbed… the morning brings doubt with it: was all this a story of a metafor warnings us of the fact that we can never get away from nature and that we should bear this fact in mind… —Zagreb Film
Joško Marušić (1952) graduated from the Faculty of Arcitecture in Zagreb. He has been active in several art media – comic books, caricatures, illustrations, literature, film production, television, theory and animation criticism – but animated film remaind the focus of his interest. He was art Director of Zagreb Film and Program Director oft he World Festival of Animated Films in Zagreb. He founded the department of Animated Films at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, where he currently teaches animation. His animated films, including Inside and Out (1977), Perpetuo (1978), Fisheye (1980), Over There (1985), Skyscraper (1981), Home is the Best (1988), have won prestigious awards at international film festivals around the world. —The Croatian Audiovisual Centre