Ines Tanović

OUR EVERYDAY LIFE

Family Susic lives everyday Bosnian story. Father Muhamed (63) is employed in a reputable company; mother Marija (60) is retired. Son Sasa (35), who spent the war in Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, lives with his parents, while their daughter Senada (40) lives in Slovenia. Their life begins to fall apart because of father’s dissatisfaction after his company is sold on the stock exchange, Sasa’s negligent attitude towards work and family, Marija’s breast cancer diagnose. When problems begin to line up Muhamed and Sasa realize that actually only family is important, that it is man’s last oasis read more

JEDAN DAN NA DRINI – A DAY ON THE DRIN

In August 2010, during the repair of the turbines of the hydroelectric power plant Bajina Bašta, body remains of more than 250 incomplete skeletons were found in the mud of the artificial lake Peru´cac. The remains belong mostly to the Bosnians killed by members of the army of Republika Srpska in Višegrad and its surrounding area in the period of 1992/95.

Bosnia Herzegowina 2010
Regie: Ines Tanović
17 min, DCP, OmeU

STARTING OVER (from: SOME OTHER STORIES)

Haris is in love with Heder, a Dutch girl working at the European Commission in Sarajevo. Heder thinks she is in love with Haris, but when she learns that she is pregnant, she takes a rational decision not to tell him about the pregnancy. The story re-examines the conflict between Haris’s deep emotional attachment and Heder’s love game, which only occasionally exceeds the boundaries of mere erotic pleasure.

 
 

Bosnia-Herzegowina 2010
Regie: Ines Tanović
21 min, DCP, OmeU
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