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Yugoslavia, 1948, the year of Inform Bureau's resolution and Tito's break-up with Stalin. The story takes place during a wedding in the Dalmatian inland in Croatia. Ante marries a much younger woman, Visnja; the groom's godfather is Andrija, the partisan war hero born in this very village, and a member of the new Communist political establishment. Two members of the Yugoslav State Security crash the traditional wedding ceremony. In the growing atmosphere of fear nobody knows who will be arrested.
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Handcuffs (Lisice) is a Croatian film directed by Krsto Papić. It was released in Yugoslavia in 1969.
In 1999, a poll of Croatian film critics found it to be one of the best Croatian films ever made.