Good Day’s Work
COMPETITION · CO-PRODUCTION · FICTION
2018 · 75 min · colour · DIGITAL · DCP · 1:1,85
Co-funded by the Slovenian Film Centre.
Bosnian with Slovenian subtitles
|PRODUCERS||Jovan Marjanović, Amra Bakšić – Čamo, Mirsad Purivatra|
|CO-PRODUCTION||TRT (TR), Obala Art Centar (BiH), Bela Film d.o.o. (SI), Teferruat Film (TR)|
Having long been out of work, Armin finally lands a job interview. On his way, he runs into a car accident, and by the time he finally makes it, the interviews are already over. Before he has a chance to tell his pregnant wife of another failed attempt, a job offer arrives through his brother-in-law to work in a slaughterhouse. Unable to kill an animal, Armin lands the position of a security guard and soon finds that workers there are stealing. Conscientious as he is, he reports the theft to the owner.
|DIRECTED BY||Martin Turk|
|WRITTEN BY||Martin Turk|
|DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY||Radislav Jovanov – Gonzo|
|EDITED BY||Jurij Moškon|
|PRODUCTION DESIGN||Emina Kujundžić|
|COSTUME DESIGN||Emina Kujundžić|
|SOUND DESIGN||Igor Čamo|
|CAST||Aleksandar Seksan (Armin), Maja Zečo (Jasmina), Senad Alihodžić (Kenan), Ermin Sijamija (Izet), Adijan Kulovac (Edin), Mladen Nelević (Tarik), Muhamed Hadžović (Vedran)|
On the one hand, I think the tragedy about Armin’s character is that his moral posture is so genuine, heart-breaking. On the other hand, this is precisely what keeps preventing him from accomplishing his goal.
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