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Slovenian Girl
Slovenka - Damjan Kozole
- Fiction

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Slovénie/Allemagne/Serbie/Croatie - 2009 - 1 h 30 mn - Réalisation : Damjan Kozole - Scénario : Ognjen Svilicic, Matevz Luzar, Damjan Kozole - Image : Ales Belak - Décor : Maja Moravec - Montage : Jurij Moskon, Andrija Zafranovic - Musique : Silence - Son : Jurij Zornik, Gaflper Loborec - Interprétation : Nina Ivanisin, Peter Musevski, Primoz Pirnat, Marusa Kink, Uros Fürst, Dejan Spasic, Aljofla Kovacic -

Contact : Épicentre Films - 55, rue de la Mare - 75020 Paris - Tél : 01 43 49 03 03/ 06 13 07 47 48 - Fax : 01 43 49 03 23 - e-mail : daniel@epicentrefilms.com - web : www.epicentrefilms.com

Centre Rabelais Dimanche 24 octobre 2010, 19 h 00




Alexandra is a 23-year-old student of English language and literature, about to write her thesis. She comes from a small town. Her parents are divorced. No one knows that Alexandra runs personal ads under the nickname, "The Slovenian Girl" and that prostitution is her secret source of income. She's very good at manipulating people, is an accomplished liar and a bit of a thief, and hates her mother. The only person she cares about is her father, a faded rocker. Alexandra has plans for her life, but life is not as easy as she has naively expected.


 
 
Damjan Kozole

Damjan Kozole (born 1964) is a distinguished Slovenian filmmaker whose directing credits include the 2003 critically acclaimed Spare Parts and 2009 worldwide released Slovenian Girl, among others. Spare parts was nominated for the Golden Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival; in 2008 Sight & Sound ranked it among the ten most important films of the New Europe. Nightlife is Kozole’s ninth feature, awarded with Best Director Award at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2016.
In his films, “some of the most raffish, funky and even sordid characters discover
their own humanity” (Alissa Simon, Variety).

 
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