Summer in the Golden Valley (Original title in Bosnian: Ljeto u zlatnoj dolini) is a 2003 Bosnian film by Srđan Vuletić, produced by Ademir Kenović. The movie is about a 16 year old boy who has to repay his dead father's debt. In order to collect money, his friend and he get involved in Sarajevo's underground crime.
At the traditional Muslim funeral service for his father Fikret Varupa, sixteen-year-old boy from Sarajevo, learns that his father owes money to Hamid, a man he does not even know. The debt is considerable and Hamid does not want it to go to the grave with the body, so the debt automatically passes from the father to the son. Since in Bosnia this way of collecting debts, at a funeral, is considered to be utterly humiliating, it is never, ever applied. Fikret and his entire family become subjects of ridicule. Fikret, who is practically still a child, is decisive to "redeem his father's soul". Wishing to repay his father's debt and to secure the forgiveness, Fikret wanders into the real world of Sarajevo, the world that is ruled by post-war chaos, misery and poverty and becomes an ideal target for two corrupted policemen who wish to "help" him: they plant the kidnapped girl on him.