an incredibly rare glimpse into the Serbian resistance movement, Otpor!, who helped over throw Serbian President, Slobodan Milošević. the documentary is directed by Mila Turajlic, daughter of Srbijanka Turajlic, leading member of Otpor!. Srbijanka is the granddaughter of one of the founding fathers of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes. An impressive lineage! Mila sets out to tell the story of her family's bourgeois apartment that was split up for proletariat families after WW2. But at heart it's a Mother Daughter story and their exchange on family, politics and history. a highly layered documentary and creatively told through visual images and voiceover. deeply satisfying for any history buff interested in the fall of Serbia. during the Q&A, Mila was asked if she's followed her Mother's footsteps in political activism. she answered that she does not have the courage nor fight that her Mother has. she didn't feel that political activism was her path. but she held the Q&A stage like no other: through an articulate discussion of her film and a passionate view on today's Serbia, she is definitely her Mother's daughter. a political fighter in a different medium.