Naša svakodnevna priča

Our Everyday Life

  • Fiction Film
  • 89’
drama
  • 2015
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia

A story about the problems of a transition society attempting to enforce new standards on people while failing to provide the basic living conditions. Saša (40) is a young man who feels cheated after the war had maintained the status quo instead of bringing victory. Father Muhamed (63) is experiencing a catharsis: from a relentless man unwilling to give up his beliefs he is turning into a caring,

A story about the problems of a transition society attempting to enforce new standards on people while failing to provide the basic living conditions. Saša (40) is a young man who feels cheated after the war had maintained the status quo instead of bringing victory. Father Muhamed (63) is experiencing a catharsis: from a relentless man unwilling to give up his beliefs he is turning into a caring, loving father who realises the importance of family. As a typical Bosnian woman, mother Marija (60) holds her grief inside, and this manifests itself in the most tragic way – breast cancer. Even ill, the mother is the true motor of the family.

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Writing

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Direction

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Production

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Cinematography

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Editing

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Costume design

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Make-up

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production

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co-production
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Premiere
02.09.2015, Montréal World Film Festival, Montreal, Canada
Alternative title
Naše vsakdanje življenje (slovenian) (version)
Our Everyday Life (english)
Naš vsakdan (slovenian)
Genres
drama
Production countries
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia
Languages
bosnian
Technical data
Duration and length
89 minutes
Colour
Colour
Screening formats
digital DCP
Budget
Budget estimate
583,360 EUR
Grants
55,000 EUR
public call / Minority Coproduction
2012

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