Director invites six homeless men to his flat for a few days (surprising his wife). He asks officials and people on the street if someone can help them, this being SFRJ, a state officially without those left on their own.
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The most structuralist film of his initial phase: from text-film ideas, text on/of the film, the film as a political text on a reality which documents and think of - perhaps influenced by what Godard and Gorin were doing in the seminal project of the Vertov Group - Žilnik pointedly intervenes in a public-political space that can not handle its own failure - political, economic, social.
Cinema as a political act (how to move in a city without being political?) film as a questioner of the actions caused and perpetrated by the state and power, cinema as a just look and touch, cinema as tempter action, cinema as consequence and inconsequent.