This film has been screened at TFF (Tuzla Film Festival) 2013; Rotterdam 2013, Dortmund 2013, Melbourne 2014.
The Sixties went through a lot of turbulence in the whole decade. From Kennedy and Malcolm X's assassinations, landing on the Moon, Vietnam and Cold Wars, to the Rock 'n' Roll uprising of some of the greats like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Shadows. During those times, Yugoslavia saw a different uprising. The communist nation at the time has turned its ears towards the East, while the youth in revolt decided to 'rebel' against the regime by glorifying the West. Rock music reached the borders of former Yugoslavia. Like anything new in a political system, changes were not easily accepted. Indexi, the pop-vocal band from Sarajevo decided to start with rock. The political system did not understand why young people were drawn to this type of music and they considered it more of an uprising. The long hairs, jeans and rock concerts soon after got banned throughout the country. We look back at the struggles of the group as well as the fame it reached. Today, they are considered as one of the most influential groups from those regions. Unfortunately, the country which fell apart in the early 90s due to war created a giant shadow over religions, ethnic backgrounds and beliefs. This film explores life during the early start of Indexi and the biggest tribute concert that took place in Toronto, which was performed by thirty artists from all different backgrounds (religious and ethnic) from Former Yugoslavia . The music is a powerful weapon which can delete borders between religion, ethnicity, discrimination and politics. This concert gave us a chance to remember the life from the "Good old days", life before the war, life where everyone was looked as human.