In the late 1980s a sleepy military post on the Macedonian-Albanian border is continuing on with its work. Its routine is interrupted when Lieutenant Imre Ngay feels strange pains in his nether parts. He seeks help from the only doctor among the soldiers Sinisa. The doctor conducts the necessary embarrassing examination and diagnoses syphilis. Nagy has a problem: he cannot go home to his wife now. So he invents a war. He declares a state of emergency and informs the soldiers that the Albanians have moved their troops close to the border and are preparing an attack.... Nagy orders that no one including himself can leave the base. But not everyone believes his story. Another young solider the streetwise Ljuba Karanovic is suspicious. Having never liked Nagy Ljuba comes up with his own scheme to get himself off the post and make a fool out of Nagy at the same time. [show more]
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Balkan comedy of errors, as a border guard invents a conflict in order to avoid facing the music from his wife. It's 1987, and Yugoslavian soldier Lieutenant Pasic (Emir Hadzihafizbegovic) is stationed on the border between Albania and Macedonia. Numbing the boredom with drink, he's shocked to discover, after consulting army medical student Siriscevic (Toni Gojanovic), that he has contracted syphilis from a local prostitute. Desperately trying to think of an excuse not to return home to his wife, he decides to concoct an imaginary conflict, a potential Albanian invasion. Sending Siriscevic back to his wife with the news, Pasic realises he now has to carry his ruse through to the end, sounding the alert, throwing his fellow soldiers into a panic, and threatening an international incident.