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Thursday, 13 December 2018
A BALKAN NOIR

Sweden, Montenegro | 2017 | 74’

 

A BALKAN NOIR

It has been five years since Nina’s daughter went missing and only during the cigarette breaks do we get to follow her hunt for the perpetrator as she returns to Montenegro for one last time. The story is told in 20 sequences. The characters hunt for the truth unfolds only when they smoke. Every scene begins with protagonist lighting a cigarette and ends when they put it out. One pack. 20 cigarettes. 20 scenes

 

Written & Directed

Drazen Kuljanin

Director of Photography

Anna Patarakina

Producer

Drazen Kuljanin (Sweden)

Co-producer

Nikola Vukcevic (Montenegro) Jonas Sörensson

Executive Producer

Veronika Drazic

 

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