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ALL ALONE

by Bobo Jelčić

synopsis

Divorced father Marko is hardly ever alone: he is surrounded on all sides by family, friends, co-workers and neighborhood fixers. Yet he is driven to the brink by limited contact with the one person he loves more than anyone – his daughter, who lives with her mother. When he starts the legal proceedings to get more time with his child, he enters the Kafkaesque world of a social-services system in meltdown. His fierce, paternal love for his child is both the source of his misery and his greatest joy.

international title: All Alone
original title: Sam samcat
country: Croatia, Netherlands, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro
sales agent: Media Luna New Films
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Bobo Jelčić
film run: 88'
screenplay: Bobo Jelčić
cast: Rakan Rushaidat, Miki Manojlović, Snježana Sinovčić Šiškov, Lea Breyer
cinematography by: Erol Zubcevic
film editing: Vladimir Gojun
art director: Željka Burić
costumes designer: Katarina Zaninovic
producer: Zdenka Gold
production: Spiritus Movens d.o.o., De Productie, Dart Film, Dokument, Adriatic Western
backing: Croatian Audiovisual Centre (HR)
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