Although Slovenian feature production has dwindled due to government cutbacks, helmer Damjan Kozole, has kept busy with documentaries since his 2009 drama "Slovenian Girl." In the poignant historical investigation "The Long Vacation," he focuses on three individuals to personalize the effects of a controversial law legislated when Slovenia proclaimed independence in 1991. Residents from the other Yugoslav republics were given six months to renounce their citizenship and apply for Slovenian papers; those who failed to do so (some 20,000) were erased from the civil register in February 1992 without prior notice.
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