A Dream / Privid
15. september 2017 | 18.45
2016, 112′, colour, Dolby SR, DCP, 1:2.35
After the war Marko, a former war reporter, moves from Ljubljana to Pristina, to work for an international organisation. One evening in a bar, he meets three girls: Shpresa, Besa and Hana. Shpresa seduces him with her untameable energy. Their heated affair is marked by her unusual emotional outbreaks, taking them both into a fatal whirl. Neither is fate approving of the relationship between Hana and Besa, although for entirely different reasons: Hana is afraid of the public response, knowing that in the patriarchal Kosovar society, a relationship between two girls is impossible.
|DIRECTED BY||Boštjan Slatenšek|
|WRITTEN BY||Boštjan Slatenšek, Aude Le Pape|
|DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY||Ibrahim Deari|
|MUSIC||Vojko Sfiligoj, Bujar Berisha|
|EDITED BY||Boštjan Slatenšek, Luka Stopar|
|PRODUCTION DESIGN||Ermal Sadiku|
|COSTUME DESIGN||Leonora Mehmeti|
|SOUND DESIGN||Borut Berden|
|SOUND RECORDING||Muha Veseli|
|CO-PRODUCTION||AS Film Production, DArt picture, Studio Ritem|
|CAST||Aude Le Pape (Shpresa), Aleksandar Rajaković (Mark), May-Linda Kosumovic (Hana), Alketa Sylaj (Besa), Luan Jaha (Thomas)|
Boštjan Slatenšek is a screenwriter, director and journalist. He used to report from war and conflict zones, most recently from Kosovo. He remains in close contact with the culture and stories from this part of the Balkans. He has directed several documentaries, whereas A Dream is his second fiction film. As filmmaker, he is attracted to stories from the real world and likes to put his characters in extreme situations where strong emotions come up.