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Grandma Goes South

  • Fiction Film
  • 91’
comedy, drama
  • 1991
  • Slovenia

This film is about the crazy, but hip grandmother Sara B., who gains a new lease on life when she escapes from the retirement home where she was put by her greedy relatives, about the clever and even crazier saxophone player David, and the charming and beautiful singer Lara. A road movie in which nobody knows around what corner happiness lies waiting for them. Maybe at one of the many petrol stati

This film is about the crazy, but hip grandmother Sara B., who gains a new lease on life when she escapes from the retirement home where she was put by her greedy relatives, about the clever and even crazier saxophone player David, and the charming and beautiful singer Lara. A road movie in which nobody knows around what corner happiness lies waiting for them. Maybe at one of the many petrol stations in the form of an eccentric attendant, maybe in a jazz club, where Lara brings the roof down, but still decides to follow her heart and David, or at one of the casino tables, where grannie Sara is the queen. Will her relatives succeed in putting her away in the retirement home again, or will the two ardent lovers David and Lara take her by the hand and lead her to new adventures?

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Writing

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Direction

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Cinematography

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Music

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Editing

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Production design

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Costume design

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Make-up

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musician/singer
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production

distribution
Stop Magazine Award for Best Actor
best actor/actress
1991
Alternative title
Grandma Goes South (english)
Genres
comedy, drama
Production countries
Slovenia
Languages
slovenian
Technical data
Duration and length
91 minutes / 2489 meters
Colour
Colour
Negative format
film 35mm
Screening formats
film 35mm

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