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Sailing to Paradise (2014)

Pot v raj (original title)
A young man struggling with the death of his parents meets an extroverted girl who joins him on his sailing trip. While spending time together, the dark secrets they are both running away from start to show.

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Blaz Zavrsnik
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Cast overview:
Klemen Janezic Klemen Janezic ... Zak
Ajda Smrekar Ajda Smrekar ... Lucka
Igor Zuzek Igor Zuzek ... Stric
Stane Tomazin Stane Tomazin ... Bratranec
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A young man struggling with the death of his parents meets an extroverted girl who joins him on his sailing trip. While spending time together, the dark secrets they are both running away from start to show.

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Country:

Slovenia

Language:

Slovenian

Release Date:

18 September 2014 (Slovenia) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Portoroz, Slovenia See more »

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EUR100,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Smooth sailing
4 June 2015 | by gjamsekSee all my reviews

This movie surprised me with its simplicity - with acting, scenes and a story. I mean that in a good way.

Good main actors, at which at one point i didn't know if they are acting or just being in the scene, but every scene of the movie was incredibly authentic, i guess because the upper layer of the story gives Slovenian/Balkan people kind of domestic feeling.

After some secrets/stories in the movie are revealed, the bigger group of people can feel the movie, and especially, the point at the end, which can give every viewer a simple thought, what expectations of our loved ones shouldn't be and where is the line between expectations and reality.

A great surprise of 2014, especially if you consider really low budget, which almost you can't feel while watching the movie.


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