God forbid greater evil

In a house near the cemetery of a small town during the sixties, an eleven old meditative kid Frula grows up surrounded by sounds of posthumous marchs and of bells from the graveyard chapel.

His family is as well “stimulating”: his grumpy father, too caring mother, oppositional grandmother, sceptic sister and superior school friends, and Frula has to prove himself by fighting his position.



Film Festivals and awards:

49th Pula film festival - Golden arena's for screenplay, main actor and editing (July2002. Pula, Croatia)
Thessaloniki International Film Festival - Balkan survey (November 2002. Greece)
Ljubljana International Film Festival (2002. Ljubljana, Slovenia)
26.Cairo International Film Festival - official program (November 2002, Kairo, Egypt)

Genre: Komedija

Year of production: 2002

Directed by: Snjezana Tribuson


Maxima Film and Hrvatska Radiotelevizija (HRT)


Filip Curic
Luka Dragic
Mirjana Rogina
Ivo Gregurevic


Screenwriter: Goran Tribuson
Producers: Damir Terešak i Mirko Galić
Camera: Goran Trbuljak
Scenography: Vjeko Bosnjak
Music: Darko Rundek
Costimography: Lada Gamulin
Make Up artist: Snjezana Gorup

Distribution: MG Film

Running time: 107'