What to know about a serbian short film that features a female protagonist

The short film is a Serbian film called “Serbia Is a Country” and was released in 2016.

The film features an all-female cast.

The title of the film is “Serbian Is a country,” and the director is Toni Kojic.

It stars Kojica as a Serbian woman who is a teacher in the capital, Bratislava.

Kojicevic said that the film was a tribute to the country’s history.

The short documentary follows the life of a young Serbian woman named Toni who travels around the country learning languages and cultures.

It features footage of young women speaking with native Serbs in her native language.

In the film, Kojovic uses the term “Serb” in her narration to show that this is not a new word.

The filmmakers told the Associated Press that the short film has been viewed more than 5 million times on YouTube.

Kajic told the AP that she has heard that people have called her a feminist.

She said that her name has been used to get her into trouble.

“I’m a feminist,” she said.

“And I want to fight for women’s rights.”

The film has received mixed reviews, with some saying it is sexist and insensitive.

The Serbian Foreign Ministry says that it has not received any threats.

“No one has sent me any threats, but people are asking for it,” Kajicevic told the AFP news agency.