Dad’s Car is the author’s own monodrama investigating an intimate and mournful relationship with his deceased father. An already complex father – son relationship becomes a love triangle when an inherited old-timer automobile is brought into the picture. The car is the father’s childhood dream…
|regia/director stanislav tomic
sceneggiatura /screenplay stanislav tomic
fotografia/cinematographer stanislav tomic, srdjan keca, miroslav rajcic
musica / music none
suono / sound mono
cast/cast stanislav tomic, mile arsic, dragan manojlovic, braca petkovic, bosko kazimirovic, zoran jaksic, pavle jaksic, mihajlo filipovic, irena mramor
genere /genre documentario – documentary
formato originale/original format mini dv – color
durata/running time 18’ 34’’
anno di produzione 2004
paese di produzione/country of production serbia
produzione/production ateliers varan belgrade
distribuzione/distribution ateliers varan belgrade
Born in Belgrade (Yugoslavia) in 1975. After attending the 6th year of grammar school in his hometown, he moves to New Hampshire (USA) where he attends high school. He graduates from the University of Montana (USA) in philosophy and jazz. He returns to Europe and studies music composition, Swedish and Swedish history in Sweden. In 2004, in Belgrade, he attends an intensive workshop on documentaries. He works then as consultant and copywriter for clients like Toyota, Peugeot, Sony, Ikea, McDonalds, etc. He is the founder of “Ateliers Varan Belgrade”, a documentary production house.
2004 Un poco loco (documentario, documentary); Tatin auto (documentario, documentary) 2003 Ĉizma glavu čuva (documentario, documentary); Za stolom (documentario, documentary) 2002 A day in a life of an angel documentario, documentary).
Dad’s Car is the author’s own monodrama investigating an intimate and mournful relationship with his deceased father. An already complex father – son relationship becomes a love triangle when an inherited old-timer automobile is brought into the picture. The car is the father’s childhood dream come true, but for the son it is merely an in vain attempt to reestablish some contact with the deceased father. How is one such emotionally valuable legacy to be dealt with, the son asks only to find out that some questions perhaps offer no answers.
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