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  • 2012
  • 19'
  • digibeta
  • color
  • Orig. Title: Kišobran

This is the story of a clumsy attempt at a relationship between a young woman and a man. Throughout the film, we discover how one partner is incapable of giving up his habit of having affairs with no real emotional value, and we see the response of the young woman who desperately wants to find an emotional value in everything.

Jure Pavlović
Ivor Martinić
Almir Fakić
Marko Ferković
Sound Design
Vladimir Božić
Maja Posavec, Filip Juričić
Luka Venturin

Jure Pavlović (1985) made amateur films at high school, before studying film and TV directing at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. He worked as assistant director on the feature film I Have to Sleep, My Angel (2007) by Dejan Aćimović. After graduating, Pavlović made a short film Half an Hour for Granny (2009), which was subsequently awarded at the Days of Croatian Film and toured festivals around the world. In 2010, he took part in the Jewish Film Festival’s Talent Workshop, mentored by Branko Lustig. Glass, the short film he made there, was the overall workshop winner.

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