Martin is a Croatian Homeland War veteran whose life changes when he accidentally recognizes the star of an obscure Serbian pornographic movie. Her name is Desa, and he embarks on a quest to find her. Carrying a war secret Martin starts looking for Desa. His investigation leads him to Djuro, star of Serbian porn films, who takes him to Belgrade to meet the producer Cane. Martin tracks down Desa’s pimp Stevan. When the pimp realizes that Martin really cares about Desa, he offers to sell her. Martin raises the money and takes Desa to Zagreb but he is still afraid to share his secret with her. Desa, meantime, believes that Martin is a pimp who has brought her to Zagreb to work as a prostitute. Soon, despite all the confusion and mutual misunderstanding, a strange kind of love blossoms between Martin and Desa. After the war drama Witnesses, the director of Croatian hit comedies from the 1990s returns with a humorous love story: tale of comic misunderstandings, and the Balkans in a time of transition. Will Not End There is adapted from Mate Matisic’s stage play, and was originally performed under the title Woman without a Body, along with No One’s Son, as part of his “Posthumous” trilogy.