SRETAN PUT NEDIME

When they arrive at the Slovenian border, a young policeman forbids Amir and Nedim to drive on because Nedim doesn’t have a valid visa. Nedim is in the terminal stage of cancer and doesn’t want to die in Germany but in his homeland, Bosnia. Amir is determined to help his brother at all costs.

 

regia / director marko šantić

sceneggiatura / screenplay marko šantić, goran vojnović

fotografia / cinematographer jure černec

montaggio / editing matjaž jankovič

musica / music marijan mlakar

suono / sound dolby sr

cast / cast milan pavlović, jaka lah, tomaž češnjevar, dario varga

genere / genre fiction

formato originale / original format beta sp – color

durata / running time 13’

anno di produzione / year of production 2006

paese di produzione / country of production slovenia / slovenia

produzione / production agrft

distribuzione / distribution agrft

When they arrive at the Slovenian border, a young policeman forbids Amir and Nedim to drive on because Nedim doesn’t have a valid visa. Nedim is in the terminal stage of cancer and doesn’t want to die in Germany but in his homeland, Bosnia. Amir is determined to help his brother at all costs.

 

MARKO ŠANTIĆ

Marko Šantić was born in 1983 in Split, Croatia. In 2002 he enrolled at the Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television in Ljubljana, Slovenia. His first work was a short documentary, “Remembrance Home” (2004). “Good Luck Nedim” (2006) is his first short film.

 

2006 Good luck Nedim (corto, short), 2004 Rememberance Home (doc).

 

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