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Director:  Pjer Zalica
Cinematography:  Mirsad Herovic
Screenplay:  Namik Kabil
Producer:  Ademir Kenovic
Cast:  Sead Basic , Mustafa Nadarevic , Senka Sokolovic-Bertok , Jasna Zalica
Production:  Refresh
International distribution:  Refresh Production
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DAYS AND HOURS
KOD AMIDZE IDRIZA
DAYS AND HOURS
Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2004, 94 min, color

Fuke pays a visit to his Uncle Idriz and Aunt Sabira to fix their hot water heater. As he sits down with them for a cup of coffee, he endures a painful, awkward silence: his aunt and uncle are consumed with their own grief over the loss of their son in the war. When he discovers that his old, beat-up Volkswagen has a flat tire, Fuke is faced with the unpleasant prospect of spending the night with his aunt and uncle. During the long night, he becomes aware of long-held grudges that are driving a wedge between the couple, serving to deepen their loneliness. Fuke realizes it is up to him to bring about their reconciliation, and the household appliance mechanic turns his hand to engineering human happiness.

PJER ZALICA
Pjer Zalica was born in 1964 in Sarajevo, where he studied directing at the Academy of Dramatic Arts. He later continued his education, studying screenwriting and production at the Grozny International Film School. His documentary The End of Unpleasant Times was screened at major festivals, where it won several awards. He has scripted many shorts and features, as well as a made-for-TV film. He also co-wrote the screenplay of the first film made in Bosnia-Herzegovina after the war, Ademir Kenovic's Perfect Circle. Zalica also teaches directing at the Sarajevo Academy of Dramatic Arts.
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