In 1968, Horizonte Te Hapura, directed by Viktor Gjika, one of the pioneers of Albanian moviemaking, broke new ground. Its subject matter was contemporary, rather than being a historical piece or an action drama set among the partisans of World War II. In the story, a dockworker sees that a crane, a crucial piece of shipyard equipment, is being endangered by a violent storm, and despite considerable danger to himself works to save it.
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