March 19 – April 2


2013 Serbia, Germany, Croatia, Slovenia, France 112 min N-13
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A scene from the war: Because his brand of cigarettes is sold out, Serbian army officer Todor hurls abuse at Muslim kiosk owner Haris. The situation escalates when soldier Marko intervenes and manages to save Haris, but is then beaten to death by his own comrades. Twelve years later – the war is now over – the incident casts a long shadow over the lives of all of those involved. Yet the questions of guilt and forgiveness, of responsibility, heroism, and justice that the film raises in the process cannot be resolved with anything like the same ease.
"Absolute Hundred" (2001), "The Trap" (2007), "Circles" (2013, "Kino pavasaris").

About Directors

Srdan Golubovič (b. 1972 in Belgrade, Serbia).
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Director(s) - Srdan Golubovič
Screenwriter(s) - Srdjan Koljevič, Melina Pota Koljevič
Actors - Leon Lučev, Nebojša Glogovac, Aleksandar Berček, Hristina Popovič, Nikola Rakocevič, Vuk Kostič
Producer(s) -
Jelena Mitrovič, Alexander Ris, Emilie Georges, Boris T. Matič, Danijel Hočevar
Cinematographer - Alexsander Ilič
Editor(s) - Marko Glusac
Composer(s) - Mario Schneider
Distributor -
Production company -
Dialogues - Serbo-Croatian, German
Subtitles - Lithuanian, English
"Absolute Hundred" (2001), "The Trap" (2007), "Circles" (2013, "Kino pavasaris").

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