The Invisible Hand of Adam Smith / Nevidna roka Adama Smitha
15. september 2017 | 14.30
2017, 15′, colour, stereo, DCP, 1:2.35
fiction / comedy
Somewhere in Europe, a Greek man owes a Frenchman who owes a Slovenian woman, while she owes an Italian man who owes money to the Greek. A German woman owes nobody, but only wants a quiet sleep. A British man seeks a way out.
The film has been made in one shot, with a cast and crew from more than ten countries. Each of them speaking their own languages, all of them understanding each other.
|DIRECTED BY||Slobodan Maksimović|
|WRITTEN BY||Slobodan Maksimović|
|DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY||Almir Djikoli|
|EDITED BY||Jurij Moškon|
|PRODUCTION DESIGN||Marco Juratovec|
|COSTUME DESIGN||Tanja Škrbić Birgmajer|
|SOUND DESIGN||Julij Zornik|
|MAKE-UP ARTIST||Anja Godina|
|PRODUCERS||Vlado Bulajić, Lija Pogačnik|
|CAST||Konstanze Dutzi (Helga), Makis Papadimitratos (Lefteris), Arnaud Humbert (Pierre), Saša Pavlin Stošić (Nataša), Francesco Borchi (Sandro), Michael Baum (Anglež), Ylenia Mahnič (Bride), Tine Ugrin (Groom), Vilma Baum (Albanian woman), Biba Mancini (Mexican woman)|
Slobodan Maksimović (1975) called attention to himself while studying Film and TV Directing at AGRFT, Ljubljana. 1/2, his first short film as a student, premiered in the Tous Les Cinemas Du Monde section of the 60th Cannes FF. Short flms 1/2 and AgapE were shown in competition in more than 30 international festivals, and won 14 international awards. His first feature film, Thanks for Sunderland, won 4 Vesna Awards, including the Best Film Award, at the FSF 2012.