Renowned Croatian movie maker Rajko Grlic states that he is worried about how the right-wingers are gradually getting the upper hand in politics throughout the world.
"I think that we are on the edge of something quite unpleasant. In Europe, with all those people coming from the east, unhappy people trying to find a way to survive, Europe is becoming increasingly intolerant. There is intolerance all over the world now," Grlic said in a statement.
Grlic also added that, "They don't want to take them in. They want to throw them out. They forget that every few centuries some nations face some troubles. Jews in the Second World War, now Syrians,"
Grlic said that he is even concerned about the state of America and how the right-wingers in politics might effect the nation.
"The right wings are winning the game all over the world because they are saying 'throw them out, throw the foreigners'. Now, something similar will start to happen in America."
Grlic newest film titled 'The Constitution' was premiered at the 47th International Film Festival held in India recently at (IFFI). The film spins around the story of four people sharing the same apartment building in the down town of Zareb.