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The Woman with a Broken Nose
Zena sa slomljenim nosem - Srdjan Koljevic
- Fiction


Allemagne/Serbie - 2010 - 1 h 30 mn - Réalisation : Srdjan Koljevic - Scénario : Srdan Koljevic - Image : Goran Volarevic - Décor : Zorana Petrov, Lana Prolic - Montage : Marko Gluflac - Musique : Mario Schneider - Son : Erik Mischijew - Interprétation : Nebojsa Glogovac, Branka Katic, Anica Dobra, Nada Sargin, Jasna Zalica, Vuk Kostic, Nikola Rakocevic, Stipe Erceg -

Contact : Aktis Film International Gmbh - Altenburger St. 7 - 04275 Leipzig - Allemagne - Tél : 49 341 3500 26 10 - e-mail : info@AktisFilm.com - web : www.aktis-film.com

Corum - Salle Pasteur Lundi 25 octobre 2010, 20 h 00
Corum - Salle Pasteur Vendredi 29 octobre 2010, 16 h 00

A young woman with a baby and a freshly broken nose steps out of a taxi caught in a traffic jam on Belgrade Bridge, leaves her baby behind in the car, and throws herself off the bridge. What starts with a suicide attempt will connect the lives of the three witnesses: Gavrilo, the taxi driver, a hard-boiled Bosnian refugee, is stuck with the baby. Anica, a high school teacher, recalls the drama of losing her son in a car accident, and the pharmacist Biljana suddenly realizes that she doesn't want to marry her fiancé and runs away…

Srdjan Koljevic

Born in Sarajevo in 1966. He lives in Belgrade, where he graduated in screenwriting and playwriting at the Academy of Dramatic Arts. He wrote or co-wrote six feature films: Why Have You Left Me (1993); Premeditated Murder (1996, collaborator on the script); The Hornet (1998); Sky Hook (2000); Normal People (2001); Natasha (2001). Receiving four awards for screenwriting, Srdjan Koljevic is one of the most produced and awarded screenwriters in Serbia since his debut in 1993. Red Coloured Grey Truck (2004) is his directorial debut.