CroatiaSerbia, 2019, 109 min, Colour

A biographic documentary about Branko Črnac Tusta and his punk rock band KUD Idijoti from Pula. His uncompromising anti-fascism and fight for the rights of the oppressed and disempowered made Tusta a true working class hero. His messages about tolerance, coexistence and social justice, considered ‘communist’ in the nineties, closed the doors of many radio stations in Croatia to Idijoti. Nevertheless, that never dissuaded them from these values and they were the first Croatian band to have a concert in Serbia after the war. This film reveals the intimate side of Tusta, the human dimension which finally made him a punk rock icon.



Andrej Korovljev


Nenad Puhovski


Goran Legović


Vesna Biljan Pušić


Andrej Korovljev was born 1970 in Pula. He studied film directing at the University of Westminster in London. In 2000 he returned to Croatia and began his professional artistic and commercial activity. His commercial work is mainly based on advertising; until this day Andrej has directed a few hundred commercials for leading Croatian and international clients. From the artistic point of view, Andrej made a name for himself in the documentary field. His film Years of Rust was awarded and screened at film festivals all over the world. Andrej has also received many honours for commercials and music videos. A long-time programmer of the fiction film selection for Motovun Film Festival (EFA partner) and a member of the Croatian Film Directors’ Guild. Two times a winner of Porin and Oktavijan awards. Currently he is preparing his feature fiction debut.


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