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HUMIDITY | VLAŽNOST

The wife of a successful businessman disappears after an ordinary morning.

He is assured she will return but maybe she is just the first of the collapsed dominoes.

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Duration: 108'

Status: Finished | World premiere: 15.02.2016. at Berlinale Forum 2016

An european co-production between Serbia and the Netherlands.

Dutch Co-producer: Lemming film

 

directed by: NIKOLA LJUCA

producers:  NATASA DAMNJANOVIC  VLADIMIR VIDIC

co-producers: DERK-JAN WARRINK  JOOST DE VRIES  LEONTINE PETIT  NIKOS MOUTSELOS  IVICA VIDANOVIC

written by STASA BAJAC  NIKOLA LJUCA

CAST:

MILOS TIMOTIJEVIC  TAMARA KRCUNOVIC

MARIA KRAAKMAN  KATARINA MARKOVIC  DRAGAN BAKEMA  MILAN MARIC  SLAVEN DOSLO VANJA EJDUS  JASNA ORNELA BERY  FEDJA STOJANOVIC  JELENA STUPLJANIN  TANJA PETROVIC  BILJANA KESKENOVIC  VLADIMIR ALEKSIC  MARIJA OPSENICA  BORKA TOMOVIC  MILENA ŽIVANOVIC  MILUTIN PETROVIC  SLAVISA CUROVIC  VELJKO KNEZEVIC  JADRANKA SELEC  ZORAN TOSIC MILICA MAJKIC  MATEA MILOSAVLJEVIC JELENA PUZIC  MILOS RADULOVIC 

 

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executive producer MIROSLAV MOGOROVIC

line producer VUK DJOKOVIC

associate producers ALEKSANDRA LAZAROVSKI  ADI DIZDAREVIC

development producers PAUL ZISCHLER  SUSANNE MANN

director of photography  MAJA RADOSEVIC

edited by JELENA ROSIC  NATASA DAMNJANOVIC  VLADIMIR VIDIC

composer JANJA LONCAR

production designer ZORANA PETROV

costume designer DEJANA VUCICEVIC

sound designer EVELIEN VAN DER MOLEN

sound recording ZORAN MAKSIMOVIC OGNJEN OBRADOVIC

 

ACID SCREENING at CANNES

Saturday, 20th of May 2017, 16:00h,

Théâtre Alexandre III

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SYNOPSIS

After spending the morning with her young lover, Mina – an attractive thirty year old, goes to Belgrade airport to pick up her handsome husband Petar and his colleague. On the way back, she silently listens to them talk about their trip. At home, while Petar is asleep, Mina disappears. Petar goes to their friends’ party as planned, telling them she felt sick. But as she doesn’t appear the next day, he just keeps on lying. At work, where his job is to usher the companies’ business partners in breaking the law, the pressure grows as a new deal approaches. In the constant summer heat, Petar can’t sleep and spends the nights running. He tries to turn to someone, but both his friends and his family are consumed with their own issues. No one sees he’s unwell. His inner demons have been unleashed and maybe he is not as kind as he thought he was, which petrifies him. He won’t admit anything’s wrong, but his emotions are pouring out and the more he tries to suppress them, the harder they hit back.

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