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Prtljag (2011)

| Short, Drama, Family
Being away for many years, Amir returns to Bosnia and Herzegovina in order to take custody of his parent's remains. They were murdered during the war but their bodies haven't been recovered... See full summary »

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Izudin Bajrovic ...
Pripiti covjek
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Zaim
Rijad Gvozden ...
Dusan
Boris Ler ...
Amir
Mona Muratovic ...
Helena
Miralem Zupcevic ...
Miladin
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Being away for many years, Amir returns to Bosnia and Herzegovina in order to take custody of his parent's remains. They were murdered during the war but their bodies haven't been recovered so far. Amir also decides to visit the place of his birth. There, besides a ruined house, he also finds a forgotten friend and those who know about him more than he knows about himself. Written by Anonymous

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Excellent!
9 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

Danis Tanovic delivers again! Man, everything I watched made by this guy is almost perfect.

Although this is a short film, during duration of it everything is almost perfect, camera, plot, acting, casting.

Since war in Bosnia-Herzegovina there are many themes which are recurring and search for lost bodies is one of them. Tanovic shows that you do not need a long feature film to show the pain people feel about the whole issue.

If you are interested about the issue I would strongly recommend that you watch this short film. Even if you are not interested about tho whole issue, as a student who plans to study acting or directing you should watch this.

Danis, congratulations, I hope you make many films like this, as anything you make is fantastic to watch!


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