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Someone Else

  • Fiction Film
  • 77’
drama
  • 1989
  • Yugoslavia (Slovenia)

By a twist of fate, Damjan is mistaken for a murderer who was prowling the streets of Ljubljana in the same neighbourhood. Because of his naive, friendly approach and helpfulness, his wife walks out on him and the police have doubts about his sanity. Is Damjan really losing his memory like his father did before him? And does purity of mind and spirit necessarily lead to a person's downfall? Will D

By a twist of fate, Damjan is mistaken for a murderer who was prowling the streets of Ljubljana in the same neighbourhood. Because of his naive, friendly approach and helpfulness, his wife walks out on him and the police have doubts about his sanity. Is Damjan really losing his memory like his father did before him? And does purity of mind and spirit necessarily lead to a person's downfall? Will Damjan, who is mysteriously attracted and connected to the cinema and who finds himself drawn into a case of mistaken identity (just like in the movies) succeed in setting his life in order in spite of the mix-up and in finding the right companion for himself?

Director Boštjan Vrhovec
Cast Maja Boh, Emil Cerar, Silva Čušin
Awards 2 awards
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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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assistant director
story editor
line producer
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camera operator
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production

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Debutant of the Year
best performance
1989
Metod Badjura Recognition Award
best performance
1989

Priznanje z diplomo.

Premiere
07.11.1989, Yugoslavia
Alternative title
Someone Else (english)
Genres
drama
Production countries
Yugoslavia (Slovenia)
Languages
slovenian
Technical data
Aspect ratio
1,33:1 // 4:3
Duration and length
77 minutes / 2106 meters
Colour
Colour
Sound
mono
Negative format
film 35mm
Screening formats
film 35mm

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