"The film follows a group of Kosovo Roma who, like alchemists, transform in a suburb of Belgrade old Citroen's cars, 2CVs and ‘Dianas', into futuristic vehicles for recycling. They use these vehicles for collection of recyclable paper and cardboard, for generation of electricity, and for showing off in general, although the police hasn't exactly taken a liking to these strange vehicles. Festival's selection committee were rather apprehensive of the possible reaction of the audience, because Roma even mock the Kosovo Liberation Army, but despite everything the film was received very warmly by the audience, with laughter and a huge applause after the end of the movie. The film received an award even though the organizers of the festival had a hot debate whether it was appropriate to give an award to a Serb film. The festival in itself was very successful with very high attendance, as it pretty much constitutes the only culture on offer in the region. Every evening 800 visitors attended the screenings, and some of them were forced to stand throughout the screenings."
By the way, Mitic requested from the festival organizers to leave the first row in the theater empty, symbolizing all those residents of Prizren who do not live in their city, but the organizers were afraid of consequences and rejected his request. Besides the screening in Prizren, the film was shown on the local TV station Herc in Strpce, the southernmost Serb enclave in Kosovo and Metohija.
Its 15th birthday was marked by a reception at the Yugoslav Drama Theater, as well as the opening of a new building that will house radio and TV studios, Internet, concert agency and everything that exists today under the auspices of B92. B92 editor-in-chief Veran Matic says that for these 15 years B92 followed the motto "whatever does not kill me makes me stronger" and that the opening of the new building four years after the fall of Milosevic is a natural progress for the station that attempts today "to balance between commercial programming and what we usually call ‘the spirit of B92', and could be classified as ‘dignified mainstream'". Regarding the plans for the future, Matic says the following: "In the near future we'll be working on increasing our coverage to include all of Serbia, and on expanding to Montenegro and Kosovo. Also, we plan to focus more on the regional problems, instead of only on the problems of our country and in that sense we plan to rely on excellent cooperation we have with media in Croatia and Bosnia". The idea of expansion to Kosovo and Metohija is especially interesting and it will not depend, as Matic emphasizes, on the final status of Kosovo. "We are currently seeking support from great powers to cover Kosovo. I think that we enjoy credibility on the Albanian side as well given that we deal with problems of peace culture and facing the past, so that I think that we can contribute to establishment of healthy relations in that space. Besides, on the other hand, we can offer to the Serb population programs that they have so far been unable to watch in their own language, such as broadcasts of soccer UEFA Champions League matches, or NBA matches".