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by Igor Sterk


In search of the best photo for the school competition, four thirteen-year-old pupils head to remote hills. The competition for awards turns into a struggle for survival. Manc, who leads the group to remote but scenic countryside, where he spent his childhood with his grandpa, had been accused of stealing a phone and consequently might be expelled from school. Schoolmates Mina, Oto and Spurc join him on this trip. Mina, who is spoiled, stubborn city girl, breaks first in this foreign environment, but luckily by her side always stands Oto, rational boy who is in love with her. In this untouched nature which is such an unknown world to them also Spurc, who was golden-spoon-fed all his life, turns into a cowardish spoiled-child, and at the end Manc is again the one who safely guides them back home. A story about growing up, love, friendship and heroism. The warm but suspenseful and occasionally spine-chilling film focuses on what happens in the today's world when technology stops working and the 'primal' human instincts come to light.

international title: Come Along
original title: Pojdi Z Mano: Come Along
country: Slovenia, Croatia
year: 2016
genre: fiction
directed by: Igor Sterk
film run: 83'
screenplay: Dusan Cater
cast: Dare Valič, Ivanka Mežan, Lotos Sparovec, Marica Globocnik, Ivan Vastl, Mak Tepsic, Ronja Matijevec Jerman, Matija David Brodnik
cinematography by: Miloš Srdić
film editing: Petar Marković
music: Jura Ferina, Pavao Miholjević
producer: Petra Vidmar
production: A.A.C. Productions, Kinorama, Gustav Film, MB GRIP
backing: Slovenian Film Center
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