Croatian Programme - Minority Co-Production
Four years after they adopted Arman, Jasna and Senad has a biological son Dado. Arman grew up to become an intelligent young man, but has a hard time dealing with the fact that he is adopted and is constantly getting into trouble. At the same time, he does everything in his power to avert Dado from the path of self-destruction. But their parents misinterpret Arman’s involvement and blame him for all the issues they have with Dado.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Romania | 2019 | 106’
drama | CROATIAN PREMIERE
DIRECTOR Ines Tanović | SCREENPLAY Ines Tanović | CINEMATOGRAPHY Mitja Ličen | EDITOR Redžinald Šimek | PRODUCTION DESIGN Mario Ivezić | COSTUME DESIGN Sanja Džeba | SOUND Julij Zornik | SCORE Edward EQ - Nedim Zlatar, Leo Šarić, Belma Zvizdić | VISUAL EFFECTS Salem Kapić-Kantardžić | ACTORS Dino Bajrović, Snežana Bogdanović, Uliks Fehmiu, Emir Hadžihafizbegović, Jasna Ornela Bery, Lidija Kordić, Nina Violić, Daria Lorenci-Flatz | PRODUCER Alem Babić | COMPANY Dokument Sarajevo | COPRODUCERS Zdenka Gold | COPRODUCED BY Spiritus movens (Croatia), Monoo (Slovenia), Cut Up (Crna Gora), Luna Film (Romania) | DISTRIBUTION Spiritus movens (Croatia) | SALES AGENT Cecamon
INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS Busano International Film Festival 2019, Film Festival Cottbus 2019, Göteborg Film Festival 2020, International Film Festival - FEST 2020
Ines Tanović (Sarajevo, 1965) is a director and screenwriter. She graduated in dramaturgy from the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo. She has written and directed the short films Circles, Idea, The Man S, Syndrome, and Sugar-Free, and short documentary films Exhibition, Coal Mine, Living Monument, and Ghetto 59. Her feature film Some Other Stories has won 6 awards and has been screened at 40 film festivals. Her documentary film Day on Drina won the Big Stamp in Regional Competition at ZagrebDox in 2012, and the film Our Everyday Story has received multiple awards and has been screened at numerous festivals.