NASA SVAKODNEVNA PRICA / OUR EVERYDAY LIFE
2015, Colour, Bosnie-Herzégovine, Croatia (Hrvatska), Slovenia, First Films World Competition
Uliks Fehmiu, Emir Hadzihafizbegovic, Jasna Ornela Bery, Maja Izetbegovic, Vedrana Seksan
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War veteran Sasha, 40, tries to cope with the changing political situation and the economic hardships of postwar Bosnia, while his father Muhamed, 63, cannot give up his allegiance to an increasingly corrupt society. Sasha’s mother Marija, 62, a retired teacher, longs for her daughter Senada, 35, who fled war-torn Sarajevo as a young girl. Muhamed is not happy with the life choices that Senada and Sasha have made but Marija takes her children’s side of things. Caught in the neverending crossfire between Sasha and Muhamed, Maria falls ill and the family’s problems mount. It takes Marija’s illness to bring the two men to their senses and realize that the family is their last oasis. But has this realization come in time?
Bosnian filmmaker Ines Tanovic graduated in dramaturgy from the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo and embarked on a professional career as a scriptwriter. She began directing short films and documentaries in the late 1980s, including Circles (1987), Exhibition (2009), A Day on the Drina (2011), Mine (2012) and Geto 59 (2014). She contributed the Bosnian section to the omnibus film, SOME OTHER STORIES (2014). OUR EVERYDAY LIFE marks her solo debut in fiction features.
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