Olivera Miloš Todorović
March 25th, 2009 > starting at 19:30h

Promoted 10 years ago,  a bilingual multimedia Nepristajanje/Nonacceptance book and CD ROM includes 19 radio interviews together with choices of music made by the interviewees, all of which were recorded at the studios of Radio Studio B and B92 from 1995 until 1999.
Nonacceptance became an important step towards a moral reconstruction of the way of thinking inside Belgrade and the way it was perceived outside by those who aspired to live differently from the people loyal to the regime who were representing Serbia to the world at the time.

Nonacceptance is an answer to the question of whether we quietly accept to have our spirit amputated.
The list of interviewees include – Tijana Mandić, Teofil Pančić, Era Milivojević, Zikica Simić, Nikita Milivojević, Oliver Nektarijević, Nikola Sindik, Dragan Protić, Dijana Milosević, Vladimir Perić, Radivoje Andrić, Siniša Kovačević, Dušica Knežević, Velimir Kazimir Čurgus, Danilo Milošev Wostok, Dejan Anđelković, Miomir Grujić Fleka, Maja M. Marinković and Milan St. Protić, who were interviewed during three months of bombing and talked about their role and responsibility in what was happening, discussed whether patriotism is a collective or an individual feeling, whether absolute dictatorship is possible, is change possible in Serbia, whether democracy is a term which is being misused, whether we should be united, how much the music we listen to defines us?

Nonacceptance is a document about our cultural and political identity, the reason for people to return to Belgrade in the future or the reason to remain in Serbia.

Olivera Miloš Todorović