Outsider (1997)

Director
Andrej Košak

Main cast
Davor Janji?; Nina Ivani?; Uroš Poto?nik; Zijah Sokolovi?; Miranda Caharija

Genres
Drama

Description
A teenager, son of an army officer moves with his family to Ljubljana in the fall of 1979. In the new surroundings, he'll fall in love, make friends and discover the world of punk rock. The latter will put him into the troubles with his strict father.


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