Morana

  • Fiction Film
  • 104’
horror, thriller
  • 1993
  • Slovenia

A group of nine boys and girls decide to go mountain climbing with unconventional equipment. They take off for the mountains with two jeeps, an off-road motorbike and some sophisticated gear which they trust implicitly. And why wouldn’t they, being creatures of an age in which nothing is impossible, given the right technology. But suddenly the power of their techno toys starts petering out, and th

A group of nine boys and girls decide to go mountain climbing with unconventional equipment. They take off for the mountains with two jeeps, an off-road motorbike and some sophisticated gear which they trust implicitly. And why wouldn’t they, being creatures of an age in which nothing is impossible, given the right technology. But suddenly the power of their techno toys starts petering out, and their optimism with it. The worst comes when they themselves start to die... Rado, leader of the group, has planned the timing and participants meticulously, hoping to break the evil power of Morana, pagan Slav goddess of death and winter. Was it Rado who brought Morana her fresh victims? One doesn’t mess around with Morana.

Director Aleš Verbič
Cast Tanja Dimitrievska, Damjana Grašič, Urška Hlebec
Awards 1 award and 1 nomination
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Metod Badjura Silver Award
best directing
1993
Nominations
Slovenian Candidate
best foreign-film academy award
1995

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Genres
horror, thriller
Production countries
Slovenia
Technical data
Duration and length
104 minutes / 2850 meters
Colour
Colour
Negative format
film 35mm
Screening formats
film 35mm

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