The Unconquered People is a paean to the Yugoslav Partisans of WW II. When the Nazis invade their country, the partisans defiantly resist by any means necessary. Special attention is given the resistance movement's sabotage efforts against the German occupying troops. Surprisingly, these scenes are offered with little or no buildup: we know what happens, but we're never clued in as to the "who" and "why." To give the largely unrelated scenes some cohesion, the film offers a contrived romance between a young female partisan and the group's leader. Director Nikola Popovic shows up as an elderly, philosophical professor.
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