Three Sisters

Marina Grzinic

1992, 28:00 minutes, Slovenian; subtitled in English


The great Russian writer, Anton P. Chekhov's classical text about soldiers and ethics transposed to our time. Archival footage of shootings of the war in Croatia, one of the Republics of ex-Yugoslavia, are used and integrated in an imaginary video story talking about wars, history, love and height.

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Critical Writing

New Video Realities in a New East Europe
by Nina Czegledy. Fuse, May 1994, v. 17, no. 4.