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Just Between Us
Neka ostane medju nama - Rajko Grlic
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Croatie/Serbie/Slovénie - 2010 - 1 h 29 mn - Réalisation : Rajko Grlic - Scénario : Ante Tomic, Rajko Grlic - Image : Slobodan Trninic - Décor : Ivo Husnjak - Montage : Andrija Zafranovic - Musique : Alan Bjelinski, Alfi Kabiljo - Son : Nenad Vukadinovic, Srdjan Kurpjel - Interprétation : Miki Manojlovic, Bojan Navojec, Daria Lorenci, Ksenija Marinkovic, Natasa Dorcic -

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Corum - Salle Pasteur Dimanche 24 octobre 2010, 20 h 00
Corum - Salle Pasteur Jeudi 28 octobre 2010, 12 h 00




"Just Between Us" is a wicked, indiscreet contemporary story set in Zagreb about the whirling erotic passions that percolate beneath the dull, composed surface of everyday bourgeois life and manners. It is about things that happen in well-established families that are mainly kept secret, but that nevertheless remain painful. We meet two brothers, their wives and lovers.


 
 
Rajko Grlic

Born in Zagreb in 1947, he studied from the FAMU, the school of cinema of Prague where he graduated with Markovic, Karanovic and Paskaljevic. He is part of this generation of filmmakers, who all graduated from the FAMU, created in the early 70s. Starting 1971, he directed a lot of documentaries and short films, along with two television shows, The Praises and Impetuous Tales. He directed his first feature film At All Costs in 1974. In 1978, Bravo Maestro received the Grand Prize of directing at the Pula Film Festival. With You Only Love Once, Grlic received the Grand Prize at the 1981 Valencia Flm Festival. With his fourth feature film, The Teeth Of Life (1984) he received the Grand Prize of directing at the Pula Film Festival for the second time. In 1986, he won it again with It Takes Three To Be Happy, his fifth feature film. In 2000, he directed Josephine and Border Post in 2006, selected in Cinemed.

 
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