1987. It’s the seventh year anniversary of Tito’s death and official celebrations paralyse the country. A military detachment on the Albanian border is on standby due to strong rumours of movements by Albanese troops preparing to invade Yugoslavia. If the truth be told, the soldier in charge of the post has cancelled all permits for far more prosaic reasons. An X-ray of a multiethnic group, obvious parabole of the falling apart of Yugoslavia, directed at a jaunty speed that doesn’t give the spectator a minute’s rest.