This slice-of-life story of an amoral drifter is an unusual product for the Yugoslavian film industry of its day, and it features a catchy title song. Having been imprisoned as a result of drug peddling, Mika manages to escape from a prison train and hooks up with a man who does horse-riding tricks in small-town fairgrounds. When she spies the police on her trail, she hitches a ride into Belgrade with a boy on a motorcycle.
He was raised by his grandparents in Niš, following the divorce of his parents, and 14 years later returned to Belgrade where he worked in his stepfather’s cinema.
He graduated from the Film Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU). He directed many documentary films and TV dramas for TV Belgrade. His first feature film was Beach Guard in Winter), released in 1976. It was entered into the 26th Berlin International Film Festival. Two years later, his film The Dog Who Loved Trains was entered into the 28th Berlin International Film Festival in 1978. —Wikipedia