Zajednicki stan

Synopsis: A group of people move to a half-finished building, but soon a Cold War occurs between some of them. Based on a play.
Genre: Comedy
102 min

SHARED APARTMEN Silence down there!

- Silence!

Filming is starting.

Good afternoon.

- Good afternoon.

Is this Three nightingale 17 street?

- Yes. - Great! Come this way!

This is out of order.

- How's that? -Easy.

It's permission for Three nightingale 17,

but not for this building.

Which building? - For that

shack we demolished. - That's right.

On this place there was old shack,

that we demolished

and on it's place we're building a new one.

- Permit is for that old shack.

I don't care!

I have a permit for Three nightingale 17.

But for old shack.

- What old shack? - What do you mean?

Well you can't get a permit for

non existing apartment. - Yes.

Is this lot and air space of number 17?

- That is correct.

I have the rights to use that

air space,

and you can build a skyscraper.

- Why bother? They'll kick you out.

Don't you understand that I have rights?

- I do, but your permit

is for object that's demolished.

- When did you demolished it?

2 months ago. - Three and a half!

- Three months? - Well. yes.

And I got my permit today.

- Indeed. - Indeed today.

Then you're right...

- For sure. - He's for real!

Where to with this? - Somewhere here.

Did you brought everything? - Yes.

How much to pay?

- 320 dinars. - Here's 500.

I'm on the corner,

Three nightingale 18. - Goodbye!

People.. my little house, my peace.

You don't know how much it means

when there's roof above your head.

- Roof huh? - Well, for roof you'll

have to wait a bit.

What will you do if it starts raining?

- Raining?

Here! - He' serious!

- Ok, that's for the head, and for feet?

For feet I have boots. Put on

pajama, boots, open

an umbrella, get into bed

and beauty! - Sort of speak.

Then we can stop building

for today.

When will the building be finished?

- Who knows,

but you prepare for winter just in case.

- Not until winter?

You know how it is,

the longer, the better.

One who waits will be rewarded.

Where will bathroom bee? - Over there.

You should meet the doorman.

- That's right. - What doorman?

There's one old man who volunteered

to watch the building

- For free? - For free.

So he wants this apartment?

- I thinks so, he's always watching

measuring and rubbing his hands.

- Where is he normally?

He'll come now. At this time he's usually

here. Let's go.

Why? Stay... - We're done for

today. Soon it will be dark.

Good night.

- Goodbye.

Are you serious about sleeping

here? - I am.

Well, have a good sleep.

- Thank you.

Bathroom should be here.

Occupied! - Occupied?

- Occupied. - Who's there?


- Pepi who? -Me.

What are you doing here? - What do

you mean? I moved in. - You too?

I should ask you that.

I'm first.

Do you have apartment permit?

- I don't. - How did you move in?

Illegally. Half an hour before you.

- They'll kick you out. - Who? - You.

Not while you're here. - How's that?

- I heard before that you have permit.

I have, do you?

- I'll enlist as your subtenant.

How's that? - Subtenant can also

have subtenant.

Subtenants subtenant. Let me

introduce myself. Mirko Lazi - Pepi.

Mia Kui, student. -Student!

So we're colleagues. - You're student too?

Yes, just like you, but never mind.

- I'm really a student.

I'll say. What's your occupation Pepi?

I'm a student. - I'm advanced student.

I'll say. How far did you make it,

Pepi? Advanced student. And that thing

on third university I'm signing up

fourth time for the first semester

You're unbelievable. Here's my

index. You can see that I cleared

last semester. - Look, this one has

index. - For sure.

What's this? I came to second semester,

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