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Three Days in September (2015)

THREE DAYS IN SEPTEMBER is story about a vengeance, about the secrets we carry and the roles we play.

Director:

Darijan Pejovski
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Cast

Credited cast:
Kamka Tocinovski Kamka Tocinovski ... Marika
Irena Ristic ... Jana
Salaetin Bilal Salaetin Bilal ... The Grocer
Aleksandar Mikic Aleksandar Mikic ... The Inspector
Adem Karaga Adem Karaga ... Genz
Fatos Kryeziu Fatos Kryeziu ... Boss
Milica Stojanova Milica Stojanova ... Aunt Anka
Goran Trifunovski Goran Trifunovski ... Pimp
Mentor Zymberaj Mentor Zymberaj ... Lawyer
Kiril Korunovski Kiril Korunovski ... Drunkard
Blerim Qeriqi Blerim Qeriqi ... Driver
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Storyline

Three Days in September is a psychological thriller that deals with the implications of domestic and sexual violence. Jana and Marika meet on a train and quickly become friends. They go to the countryside, a remote mountain area that holds a lot of secrets about Jana's past. The time moves slowly and anxiously, and the doubts as to their true intentions grow stronger. One by one, the secrets unravel. Marika is a murderer on the run, while Jana is on a mission to exact revenge. There is no way out, except helping each another to get what they really want. Written by Darijan Pejovski

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Genres:

Drama | Thriller

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Decent euro-glum thriller.

Two strangers of opposite nature meet on a train and strike up an unusual alliance - this time-tested formula generally goes wrong these days but can still be used well in the hands of a decent storyteller. It goes in favor of the film that writer-director Darijan Pejovski does not aspire to do too much out of this predictable, contrived story filled with plot holes. He simply tells it with enough conviction, focusing more on building the drama and the relationship between its two protagonists, throwing in just the required amount of feminist idealism and political pessimism to make the viewers overlook its other flaws. Few euro-glum film can ever work without actors that can decently play characters like a cold determined stiff-lip woman, a corrupt lecherous cop and a prostitute with a heart of gold. In this film as well, these roles were played convincingly enough. Oh, and the sweet, wise, drunk babuska character always works in any film. Forgettable, but while you're watching this film you won't feel you're wasting your time.


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Language:

Macedonian | Albanian

Release Date:

16 October 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Le feu de la vengeance See more »

Filming Locations:

Skopje, Macedonia See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Skopje Film Studio See more »
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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