The contribution, which traces the heritage of the master of modern collage Dušan Makavejev from his very beginnings when he shot a series of radical short films and documentaries at the Belgrade Cinema Club to his new-wave masterpieces that assume the central place in his oeuvre, such as Love Affair, or the Case of the Missing Switchboard Operator (Ljubavni slučaj ili tragedija službenice P.T.T., 1967), Innocence Unprotected (Nevinost bez zaštite, 1968), and W.R.: Mysteries of the Organism (W.R. – Misterije organizma, 1971), and his last works, pays homage to Makavejev’s filmmaking. By delineating particular films that, at their core, explore the dichotomy between a liberated individual consciousness and various forms of repression, we point out their unique stylistic elements.

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