Fuse (film)

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Fuse film.jpg
Directed byPjer Žalica
Produced byAdemir Kenović
Written byPjer Žalica
StarringEnis Bešlagić
Bogdan Diklić
Saša Petrović
Izudin Bajrović
Emir Hadžihafizbegović
Jasna Žalica
Music bySaša Lošić
CinematographyMirsad Herović
Edited byAlmir Kenović
Release date
  • 11 August 2003 (2003-08-11) (Locarno Film Festival)
  • 28 April 2004 (2004-04-28)
Running time
105 minutes
CountryBosnia and Herzegovina
LanguageBosnian, Serbian, English

Fuse (Bosnian: Gori vatra, "The Fire is Burning") is a Bosnian comedy/drama film directed by Pjer Žalica. It was released in 2003.


The plot takes place in the small town of Tešanj in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, two years after the Bosnian War. The town is overridden by corruption, prostitution and organized crime. People of Tešanj live in peace, though the war scars are visible everywhere in town, as well as in people's souls. After the war, the population of Tešanj consists almost exclusively of Bosniaks. Ethnic Serbs now live in surrounding villages.

It is announced that U.S. president Bill Clinton will pay a visit to the town. Western bureaucrats arrive to Tešanj to supervise the preparations for the visit. Everything in the town must be in order, including the faked brotherhood between Bosniaks and Serbs.



Bosnian folk singer Emina Zečaj recorded music for the film.[1]



  1. ^ "Priča i pjeva u emisiji Četvrtkom o kulturi". Radio Sarajevo. 10 March 2016. Archived from the original on 18 April 2016. Retrieved 7 April 2016.

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