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Creation dates 9..0
A broken relationship. A weekend in a city of love. A mixture of passion, hate, loneliness and revenge in an attempt to forget the things that hurt and keep the things that make it all count.
Museum of Broken Relationships
“I was always fascinated by the parallel world which exists behind the doors of big shopping malls. It is as if behind those doors everyday human problems do not exist. Yet, as we spend money, we all have to go back, through the same door, back to reality…” A.D.
A young Sarajevo boy is faced with the prospect of earning easy money. When he is confronted with some of the consequences of the trade he is joining, he is forced to make a decision to either continue or to choose a different path.
Woman in Purple
After living in London for 10 years, Meri returns to Sarajevo to sell a house she inheritated. While in town, she meets and catches up with Asja, her ex girlfriend. The two women and their opposing lifestyle choices will soon come in conflict.
A girl – while taking a walk through the centre – discovers something very strange about the people of Sarajevo. They seem like lifeless ’zombies’, they only come alive for a few seconds to perform a little scene written down for them. She takes it as a joke first and fools around until she comes across someone with a paper: „Kill her!” written on it.
“Going from the emotion that lied down inside of me back from 2005. and all these magical things which was cast on me by the town of Sarajevo, little story about love and lifewas born…” V.S.
See you in Sarajevo
“In Sarajevo, drinking coffee means much more than just waking up… How hard can sometimes be to relax and just enjoy the prospect around you? This is a story of the spirit of Sarajevo and its simplicity of life. All you need is a cup of coffee and a good company…” N.B.
In all its beauty, youth can be so naive that we cannot discern the important things... Love is the most wonderful and the most destructive thing in the world, all at the same time...
Forgotten old partisan leads a lonely life. His only interests are watching neighbours and sumo. One day something he sees with his WW2 binoculars makes him set out on the last guerilla mission.
Liberation in 26 pictures
Alena, an inhibited, thirty-year old accountant from Sarajevo has a plane to catch in the afternoon to Zurich. Her boss and strict father do everything they can to prevent her from attending a four-month business course. Meanness at the workplace and the cruel secrets of the Balkan war come to the surface while in the meantime Alena bravely struggles to achieve her goal.