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Zeko is a barber and war veteran suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. One day he invites his brother Braco and friend Svabo to Eid festivities. He intends to take advantage of the holiday mood and ask his brother, a gambler and alcoholic, to get back on the right path. When he realize that Braco does not have intention to change himself, he tries to force him. A violent conflict breaks out between them and Zeko starts to lose his ground. Alone, without his only friend and his brother, he decides to kill himself – until a young man, selling books door-to-door, suddenly arrives. The first feature film by well-known Bosnian theatre and TV series director Elmir Jukic, based on the iconic stage play by Dubravko Mihanovic.

  • Year
    2017
  • Runtime
    78 minutes
  • Director
    Elmir Jukić
  • Screenwriter
    Pjer Zalica, Elmir Jukic
  • Producer
    Ademir Kenovic
  • Cast
    Emir Hadzihafizbegovic, Aleksandar Seksan, Mirsad Tuka, Moamer Kasumovic, Selma Alispahic, Boro Stjepanovic, Ilir Tafa, Nermin Omic, Alisa Cajic-Drmac, Vlasta Velisavljevic, Sadzida Setic, Mugdim Avdagic
  • Cinematographer
    Dejan Dimeski
  • Editor
    Vladimir Gojun
  • Sound Design
    Srdjan Kurpjel