Adolescents from Zagreb, Rijeka, Opatija and Sisak share their opinion and experience with relationships between men and women, house chores, share of men and women in business and in various professions, adolescent relationships, sex, homosexuality and their visions of future partnerships.
Several acclaimed people also appear in the film: singers Mile Kekin from Hladno Pivo and Dražen Turina –Šajeta, as well as actors Nina Violić and Tvrtko Jurić. The film also portrays people with unusual occupations such as woman-pilot Dunja Kuvalja and male kindergarten teacher Muhamed Kovačević. Historical, medical and social views on relationships between sexes are explained by historian Andrea Feldman, medical doctor Ana Lapčević and union activist Jagoda Milidrag Šmid.
|Original title:||To je nekako ravnopravno|
|Year of production:||2003.|
|Co-financiers:||Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, CESI, European Comission|
|Directed by:||Dana Budisavljević|
|Produced by:||Sanja Cesar, Nenad Puhovski|
|Written by:||Nataša Bijelić, Dana Budisavljević|
|Cinematography by:||Tamara Cesarec|
|Editor and Assistant director:||Slaven Jekauc|
|Sound dubbing:||Dubravka Premar, Gordan Fučkar|
Festivals & Awards:
Days of Croatian Film 2003; ONE WORLD Human Rights Festival, Belgrade; Hamptons International Film Festival, New York; Balkan Black Box 2004