A stunning observation into the lives of a young girl named Marija, her mother Vera, and an elderly Milica in Museum of The Revolution. As outcasts of society, Marija and Vera struggle earning money from car washing on the side of the road. A sobering glimpse into their way of living as they contemplate how to spend their money. The angst of not having enough and the joy of earning a bit more than expected.
The three ladies find support in each other. However it’s the little moments of their lives and interaction with each other that carry their spirits. Moments of ‘I’ll play with the other butterflies. I’ll turn you into a butterfly too!’ and ‘Give me money or I’ll give you bad luck’ will have you remembering this film.
My grade: B. Overall I thought the film was shot very artistically and gives you an observation into the lives of the main ladies in the film.
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