Fine Dead Girls (Croatian: Fine mrtve djevojke, also distributed as Nice Dead Girls) is a 2002 Croatian drama film that premiered in July 2002, at the Pula Film Festival. The film has been named one of the best Croatian films since Croatia's independence. It caught much attention due to its controversial, provocative themes.


Iva (Olga Pakalović) and Marija (Nina Violić), a lesbian couple, rent an apartment in Zagreb in a building that seems to provide a quiet and safe environment for their love, but over time the atmosphere in the building becomes more and more threatening, especially fter Olga finds out that Iva and Marija are lesbians.