The film is a critical analysis of the interrelation of racism (i.e. anti-Romaism) and capitalism in so called New Europe (Europe after 1989) but also an analysis of strategies of resistance to its necropolitical governance. The starting point for the film was the brutal demolition and fencing of a Roma slum next to ?Belville,? a residential area erected to accommodate guests of the international sports event ?Universiade Belgrade 2009?. In the same time Serbia was holding the annually rotating presidency of the ?Roma Decade,? an international initiative that tends to represent an ?unprecedented political commitment by European governments to improve the socio-economic status and social inclusion of Roma.? For that year, one would expect Serbia to make serious efforts towards improving the discriminated position of Roma and decreasing the effects of a policy of anti-Romaism that has las... More...

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