Marko Cvejic's documentary "Podunavske Svabe" (Danube Swabians/Shwoveh) is about those Germans and others who followed the call of the Habsburg Emperor in the 18th century and in three large treks of Shwoveh from all parts of the Empire descended the Danube to occupy the many empty towns in the desolated Kingdom of Hungary, depopulated after the Turkish wars. The main area of Serbia for this immigration was in the north, in the province of Vojvodina, composed mainly of the Backa and Banat. In post WWII Serbia several hundred thousand of this minority group were enslaved and interned in starvation camps. Interviews with contemporary witnesses are embedded in a fictional story that plays out in the present: a young German, Maria Schneider (Zala Vidali), is searching for her grandfathers house in Vojvodina. In her search she comes to know Miso (Milivoje Obradovic), a young man, whose ancestors emigrated after the war from Montenegro to the Baka. They fall in love. Maria Schneider finds her grandfather's House, which has been abandoned for 50 years. The Mayor gives her permission to set up a photography studio in this house. But there is no happy ending. Nationalists burn down the house and expel the young couple - Maria suffers the same fate as her grandfather. At the end Miso asks his lover while they flee: "Where are you going?" Maria responds: "To Europe."