- Director:Eduard Galić
- Actors:Karlo Mrkša, Marko Petrić, Vini Jurčić, Elizabeta Brodić
Hrvoje and Borna are childhood friends who face adulthood in different ways. Life is still a game for them – girls, football, parties. But the choices they make will determine their life paths and put their friendship to the test. In the Balkans, each generation has its own reasons for leaving. This is a story about a generation in the transition of socialism into capitalism. Who has made the better choice?
About the director
Eduard Galić (Trogir, 1936) is a prolific Croatian film and TV director. The drama Propali dvori (RTV Zagreb, 1963) was his TV debut, followed by notable adaptations of a range of Croatian literature classics. He is the author of the anthology-worthy TV series Journey to Vučjak (1984-5), Dnevnik Očenašeka (1986) and Nikola Tesla (1976), as well as TV dramas The Last of the Stipančićs (1967) and Tomo Bakran (1978). He made the mini-series Izdanci iz opaljenog grma (1970) for Belgrade Television. His film Black Birds was his film debut in 1967. Other acclaimed films include Horvat’s Choice (1985) and the short documentary films Sunt lacrimae rerum (1965) and Evening (1966). The film Naše vatrene godine (2004), a documentary about the Croatian national football team, sold more than 40,000 DVDs. His work on television after 1990 mostly focuses on the plight of Vukovar (The Heroes of Vukovar, 2008, 2011, 2016). He is currently preparing his next feature film The Sixth Bus. He has won the Vladimir Nazor Lifetime Achievement Award.
Terrace - Agency for waterways20:30h
Tickets for screenings at Cinestar Vukovar, Danubian Sand Island, Borovo Cinema are free. For screenings at locations - Terrace of Agency for Waterways and Castle Eltz Park admission is 15 HRK. Tickets.