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In the Name of the Son ()


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After escaping execution, Tarik, a Bosnian prisoner of war, immigrates to the United States looking to leave his past behind. Years later, the man who spared his life shows up on Tarik's... See more »

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Tarik
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Pavle
Elvedin Slipac ...
Milan
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Ayanna
Nino Cirabisi ...
Passenger
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Serb Officer
Zoran Danilovic ...
Serb Soldier
Val Morrison ...
Serb Soldier (as Val Marijan)
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Serb Soldier
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Bosnian POW
William Love ...
Bosnian POW
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Bosnian POW
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Passenger
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World Cup Announcer
Chip Mullaney ...
World Cup Announcer #2
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Ilya Muhin ...
Bosnian POW
Ilya Rockwell ...
Bosnian POW (as Ilya Muhin)

Directed by

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Harun Mehmedinovic

Written by

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Harun Mehmedinovic ... ()

Produced by

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Kumar Raswant ... associate producer
Igor Ridanovic ... associate producer
Edin Saracevic ... executive producer
Tino Struckmann ... producer
Vikramadithya ... producer

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Pinar Toprak

Cinematography by

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Jason Raswant

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Tyler Earring

Editorial Department

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Ryan Greenberg ... colorist
Clark Henderson ... post-production supervisor: technicolor
Susan J. Spohr ... post-production coordinator: Technicolor

Casting By

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Bill Marinella

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Alfredo Acle

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Diana Sillero

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Clara Kim
Joan Lee

Makeup Department

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Jennifer Albrecht ... makeup artist
Sascha Alonso-Brilliant ... makeup artist (as Sascha Alonso)
Mark Andrews ... special makeup effects artist
Rebeca Peterson ... makeup assistant

Production Management

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Anthony Bretti ... unit production manager
Nathan D. Davis ... production supervisor (as Nathan Davis)
Eric Reinholt ... assistant production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Troy Peebles ... second assistant director
Cynthi Stefenoni ... first assistant director

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Karuna Karmarkar ... props

Sound Department

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Bryan Arenas ... sound consultant: dolby
Tanya Barling ... post coordinator
Donald Lyles ... adr editor
Wil Masisak ... production sound mixer
Edmond Rogers ... dialogue editor
Michael Sable ... studio director: Mercury Sound
Ian A. Thompson ... additional sound mixer
Clancy T. Troutman ... supervising sound editor
David John West ... sound mixer
Scott Westley ... sound designer

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Bob Joyce ... digital effects artist

Stunts

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Joe Lee ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Kimby Caplan ... key grip
Edward Chen ... second assistant camera (as Ed Chen)
Leah Demo ... assistant camera
Jorge Devotto ... assistant camera
David Doko ... assistant camera
Bernard Evans ... electrician
Helle Jensen ... key grip
Seth Johnson ... grip
Sherri Kauk ... camera operator
Jessica Moreno ... still photographer
Stephanie Schmidt ... best boy grip / best boy
Jeff Stewart ... gaffer
Zoe Van Brunt ... first assistant camera
Bobbi Verdugo ... assistant camera

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Anthony Bretti ... production accountant
Lindsey Cohn ... script supervisor
Heather Detwiler ... script supervisor
Mark Kamlet ... production assistant
Sarah Kamlet ... production assistant

Thanks

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Laura Borowsky ... special thanks
Donn Cambern ... special thanks
Gill Dennis ... special thanks
Joseph T. Garrity ... special thanks
Michael S. Glick ... special thanks
Bob Hadler ... special thanks
Aleksandar Hemon ... special thanks
Ajla Hodzic ... special thanks
Franklin Leonard ... special thanks
Semezdin Mehmedinovic ... special thanks
Valerie Pensky ... special thanks
Mike Phillips ... special thanks
Betsy Pollock ... special thanks
Janice Rivera ... special thanks
Barry Sabath ... special thanks
Tarik Samarah ... special thanks
Adem Slipac ... special thanks
Danis Tanovic ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

A film that looks at human conflicts in the present, brought about during personal clashes in the Bosnian war in 1994. The psychosis of the conflicts that war inevitably brings, then coping with these in civilian life, are never easy. However, years later, the two main protagonists' feelings of guilt and torment are brought to bear with near devastating consequences. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • U ime sina (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatian title)
  • U Ime Sina (Serbia)
Runtime
  • 25 min
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Budget $42,000 (estimated)

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Trivia The first live action short film in history to receive an exclusive screening for the US Congress officials on Capitol Hill. See more »

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