What is to be Done?

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  • 130'
  • drama
  • Orig. Title: Što da se radi?

What is to be Done? is a movie in three parts. The first part consists of observational documentary footage, in which the camera follows events chronologically at the Gredelj locomotive factory, from the suicide of the factory trade union’s chief deputy, to the factory’s bankruptcy one week later. The second part follows the director of this feature film, as he rehearses scenes for the film with the real characters from the first documentary sequence, in the factory premises. The third and final part re-examines the scenes from the first documentary section, in an elliptical style.

Director
Goran Dević
Screenplay
Goran Dević, Andrej Nikolaidis
Producer
Hrvoje Osvadić
Production
Petnaesta umjetnost

Selected Filmography – Goran Dević (1971)

  • Kupa River (in production) – documentary feature
  • Son (2014) – fiction short
  • Two Furnaces for Udarnik Josip Trojko (2012) – documentary short
  • The Blacks (2009, with Zvonimir Jurić) – feature film
  • Happy Land (2009) – documentary short
  • Neighbours (2009) – documentary short

Croatian film catalogue