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FULL MOON

by Nermin Hamzagić

synopsis

The wealthy criminals can buy their way to freedom, the others however ... The cells are full of inmates who broke the law out of desperation: there's a minor who works as a prostitute, a man who can't afford his electricity bill and a bank robber who has to pay for his child's operation. They shouldn't be here, this is something Hamza has long understood and yet, at the same time, he is aware of his duty as a keeper of the peace. There can be no order in a society in which certain individuals are beyond the law. Initially Hamza manages to find a balance between the competing interests of a corrupt system and his own sense of empathy and yet, sooner or later, he has a choice to make between neglect of duty and becoming part of the system.

international title: Full Moon
original title: Pun mjesec
country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: Nermin Hamzagić
film run: 85'
screenplay: Nermin Hamzagić, Emina Omerovic
cast: Alban Ukaj, Ermin Sijamija, Izudin Bajrović, Mediha Musliović, Muhamed Hadzovic, Lidija Kordic, Jasna Diklić, Mirela Lambić, Boris Ler, Alena Džebo
cinematography by: Amel Đikoli
film editing: Redzinald Simek
costumes designer: Irma Saje
music: Enes Zlatar
producer: Amra Bakšić Čamo, Adis Djapo
line producer: Amira Lekic
production: SCCA/PRO.BA - Sarajevo Center for Contemporary Art
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