The film about the village children borrowing a horse to carry their camping gear is called 'Uros Blesavt'. I think this is the name of the leading character in the story. There were a lot of Yugoslav films made for family viewing. Most of these films have a Balkan background where the plot is played out. The plots commonly involved rural communities and children out witting the rural peasantry. There is good comedy. 'Uros Blesavt' is a good exampleOne scene which would have children laughing in delight concerns a farmer who arrives at a tavern. He ties his horse to a tree and goes to have lunch. His back, of course ,is turned away from the horse. Meanwhile two boys who are carry camping equipment borrow the horse. The farmer returns and is not looking at his horse directly. He unties the reins and walks away. These have been tied to the rocks. Eventually the reins snap and the farmer realises his horse has gone.
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