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U tisini (2006)

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It's been a year, exactly, since Daniel died. A group of his friends meet for dinner and try to avoid the subject, but aren't very successful.


Luka Rukavina


Luka Rukavina



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Cast overview:
Filip Juricic ... Tomica
Dijana Vidusin Dijana Vidusin ... Ivana
Janko Popovic Volaric ... Danijel
Mario Valentic Mario Valentic ... Erik
Ivan Glowatzky Ivan Glowatzky ... Marko
Mijo Jurisic Mijo Jurisic ... Ozren
Ivan Djuricic ... Konobar
Luka Rukavina Luka Rukavina ... Erik #2


A year has passed since Daniel died. Who's Daniel?, ask the four of his best friends during dinner. The wake was held in the fanciest restaurant in town. Everything else is irrelevant. While they're sitting over dinner things from the past start to come out. There is an enormous gap of misunderstanding and fake friendship between them. After a year, the only thing they have in common is a girl. And boredom. Great boredom. There is only one thought in their minds - to get away. From this world, this life, themselves... Written by Anonymous

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Short | Drama



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Croatian | Serbo-Croatian

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May 2007 (USA) See more »

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Zagreb, Croatia

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truth in death
19 December 2006 | by jennyforeignamericanSee all my reviews

A round table, with all reactions seated- relevance, ritual, regret and confusion-each one looking down at the distant death of a friend, an event misperceived and reduced to a mere table piece consisting of toy cars. Such as in life, Luka Rukavina's AT A STILL POINT consists of conversations that defy single subjects, spoken by a leaden assembly of characters wrestling with the basic question, "how do we know people?" Or, perhaps more accurately, "how do we remember a person once they are gone?" As an ass? As a friend? Rukavina poetically suggests that nobody can embody merely one classification, nor can their interactions with others exist on one level. An honest look at forgiveness and our inability to let things go (even the most exhausted or topics), AT A STILL POINT marks a stellar beginning for director Luka Rukavina.

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