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Days and Hours (2004)

Kod amidze Idriza (original title)
A man goes to his uncle's to fix a broken water heater, having no idea it will reunite their torn family and awaken painful, but priceless memories.

Director:

Pjer Zalica

Writer:

Namik Kabil
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Credited cast:
Senad Basic Senad Basic ... Fuke
Mustafa Nadarevic ... Idriz
Semka Sokolovic-Bertok Semka Sokolovic-Bertok ... Sabira
Emir Hadzihafizbegovic ... Ekrem
Jasna Zalica ... Buba
Nada Djurevska Nada Djurevska ... Begzada
Dragan Marinkovic Dragan Marinkovic ... Muhamed
Sanja Buric Sanja Buric ... Sejla
Izudin Bajrovic Izudin Bajrovic ... Izudin
Armela Toskic Armela Toskic ... Alda
Edin Hadzihafisbegovic Edin Hadzihafisbegovic ... Almir (as Edin Hadzihafizbegovic)
Muharem Malagic Muharem Malagic ... Muharem
Enis Beslagic Enis Beslagic ... Mladic iz mahale
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Aziz Arnautovic Aziz Arnautovic ... Komsija
Halid Beslic Halid Beslic
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A man goes to his uncle's to fix a broken water heater, having no idea it will reunite their torn family and awaken painful, but priceless memories.

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It was Bosnia and Herzegovina's submission to the 77th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee. See more »

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If I said ...
18 December 2009 | by salispahicSee all my reviews

How to describe this movie without writing "it is a wonderful movie" million times is a heavy task. Namik Kabil, one of more active screenwriters in the Balkan wrote a fantastic screenplay about a normal life in a shadow of a lingering death, which was converted into the fantastic movie by promising director Pjer Zalica and a fantastic crew of actors and tech. IndieWIRE had it right when they said this was one of the best 15 undistributed movies in the 2004. In my opinion it was the best movie in 2004, much better than LOTR:Return of the King, who cleaned up Oscars for that year, and far, far better than Les Invasions Barbares, which won the best foreign film Oscar.

If I said this film is about Fuke (Senad Basic) visiting his elderly uncle and aunt Idriz (Mustafa Nadarevic) and Sabira (Semka Sokolovic Bertok), to fix their broken water-heater, you would think this must be the most boring movie ever, but it is far from it. It is as dreamy as early Italian new wave, but with the fragrance of Iranian films all brought together in this fantastic movie about feelings, and not action. The movie will make you think about the feelings projected without a word said. This is not sex-filled-bomb-blasted-car-chasing kind of film. This is a film about the rhythm of the life. It allows you to float into the steady current of their quiet lives and be touched by the love they have for each other. Wonderful movie, one of the best I have seen in my life.


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Bosnian

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20 August 2004 (Bosnia and Herzegovina) See more »

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Kod amidže Idriza See more »

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