Agnus Dei

Peter, a young man in his thirties, was born in Kosovo from a forbidden love between his mother Maria and a young Albanian man, but he is not aware of this. As a soldier in the war between Serbia and Albania, he unknowingly kills his father Dini whom he had never met.

Unable to bear the guilt, Peter escapes to the mountains with Dini’s daughter Maria. During their dangerous trip Peter and Maria fall in love. As soon as they return to Peter’s home in Serbia, Peter finds out that he had killed his biological father and fallen in love with his own sister. Not being able to stand this spiritual condition he commits suicide.


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