Variola vera

Synopsis: One pilgrim, infected with an unknown illness, enter the country. Relocated from place to place is dying, and disease spreads. The moment they realize that they are responsible for the disease was considered eradicated, but it is too late. An outbreak of smallpox begins to revive, leading to lure individuals and society. The infected are isolated and left to the logic of the terrible diseases which all but forgotten, considering the distant past...
110 min

Easy... One by one...

- Who are these guys?

- Some Muslim pilgrims.

- How's your heart disease, dr. Markovic?

- It's not good now, in spring.

Yes, I can hear you are breathing hard.

I can't understand that.

You have heart condition and yet you take duties.

Why? You should run away from here, but

you work thing you don't have.

- What's name of that tattoo guy from room 5?

- I think Bora, or something.

- Why? What happened?

- It looks like he caught gonorrhea somewhere.

Marbles. From our stand point, it's the

least we could give to him.

That's all. There wasn't anything else interesting.

I'll go to check little Calimero. Good bye.

It's Grujic, Dr. on duty.

Is consultation today?

Damn, is it normal for me to come

half an hour before nurse on duty? Who is she?

- Dear lord, how they don't get bored? As if we all don't know

they are f***ing for years.

- What?

Manager and Slavica. He drives her to work, than he

waits a little bit and than he comes out.

Please, I'm new here. I'd like to do my job

and I'm not interested in hospital gossips. Is that clear?

- Why are you smoking?

- It' very cold out.

Smoking is not allowed in hospital.

You'll have to speak louder, I can't hear you.

You have sent patient Rejepi...

Halil Rejepi.

He was sent last night? When?

He should be here already? Where from?

Wait man... Can't you see

that I'm on long distance call?

- You shouldn't have...

- It's not me, your mom sent you that.

Yeah, as my mom would buy me a book...

- I'm going. Look after yourself, you see that

heating is poor. - I'm ok.

- These are very old plums.

- I don't care.

- If I take care of this, it blows there, see?

- In part for children, temperature must be 18 C.

In this hospital everything is gone to hell..


I can't find my strainer...

- See what you have done to me...

- Did you watch:
Closely controlled trains?

- I didn't.

- You have divine little ass.

You are insane.

- 3..2..2...

- Line 104...

-Andjelka, I'll beat a crap out of you...

- Let me go... What a f*** is with you?

- You gave it to me...

- What are you talking about?

You gave me gonorrhea...

Bora, take a call.

Yes, Ljilja, it's Bora here. I'll have

to stay here few more days. Some things gone bad.

Nothing serious...

Young doctor has to start somewhere.

This might be easiest way.

And if you have strange or very serious case,

ask elder colleagues for advice.

Don't be vain.

- Sorry, I just want to ask something...

- Who permitted you to enter?

- I was told that you have information.

- I don't know anything about that...

What shell I do?

- Don't follow me...

- Is that for Rejepi?

- Yes!

- They called for him this morning.

There you go! Take this!

I'm gone!


Is Rejepi here?


I want you to tell me what am I doing?!

You are behaving indecently.

In front of all that people...

He was fooling around.

He always do that.

Is that way you are thanking me

for everything I did for you?

Do you hear me? What am I doing?

What have you seen?

That is something inside you.

Something you'll never leave behind.

How long you are going to torture me?

- Dr. on duty, please.

- What you said?

- Dr. Danka Uskokovic from reception.

- Ahh... You are the new one?

Yes, I'm the new one. Professor Kenigsmark

told me that I can call you in an emergency situation.

Well, it depends what you are thinking

when you say:

- Don't fool around. Situation is serious.

- Of course, Danka... Danka, is it?

It would be necessary to come down

and take a look.

Why don't you come to me?

That is impossible.

He is in very serious condition.

He says:

I'm very sorry...

Maybe you could describe symptoms to me...

He looks really bad. Mumbling, unconscious.

He has something on his face blisters alike...

Slavica, lift the sheet a bit.

Unbutton him.

- What's this? Where is his chart?

- We've just received him.

- And who are you?

- She is the new one.

Ah...yes, yes, yes...

You are...

- Dr. Grujic, explain to us what is it.

- I don't know.

- How do you mean?

- I havent seen him before.

Dr on duty sees patient for the first time

and he has no idea what's wrong with him...

Don't let patients to hear you.

Let's see then...

It's clear that it is febrile condition.

Take off your knickers a bit.

Browses, blisters.


Who's going to tell us

what is it?

This is perfect example of toxi-alergic

reaction to drugs...

...allergic reaction to penicillin.

Take a good look. It's not very often.

How is it, Calimero?

Very good, comrade Manager.

- Any changes?

- Well, dr. Markovic didn't tell me...

- Shorter!

- There isn't.

Danka, I'm dr. Grujic. Please forgive me.

If I new that patient looks like this, I would came immediately.

- I told you so.

- And if I knew how you are looking, I would run.

Gonorrhea, ha?

Like you care...

Are you nuts?

Comrade manager, I can't deal with someone else's

bad work. I'm stoker, not technician...

- Do you have something by Chernishevsky?

- No, but I could suggest Erotica, French stuff.

Rubbish! You should get Russian classics

so people would have something to read!

But no one wants that! At the same time,

I sell everything about Dzajic. (famous soccer player)

- Is that all you think about, doctor?

- You'll see tonight what I'm thinking about.

Don't even think about that...

- What's that? - Something about Rejepi,

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