• The Search
        • The Search

          • Country:
          • France, 2014
          • Group:
          • Panorama
          • Duration:
          • 134'
          • Director:
          • Mišel Azanavisijus
          • Screenplay:
          • Mišel Azanavisijus
          • Cast:
          • Berenis Bežo, Anet Bening, Maksim Emelijanov, Abdul-Halim Mamacujev, Zuhra Dujšvili
          • Festivals:
          • Cinematography:
          • Gijom Šifman
          • Editing:
          • Mišel Azanavisijus, An Sofi Bion
          • Sound:
          • Nadin Miz
          • Music:
          • Selim Azazi 
          • Producer:
          • Tomas Langman, Mišel Azanavisijus
          • Production:
          • :
          • La Petite Reine, La Classe Américaine, France 3 Cinema, Orange Studio, Wild Bunch, Sarke Studio/GFIG
          • Prints source:
          • MCF MegaCom Film
        • Showing

          07. Mar | 16:30 | 300 RSD
          Sava centar

          08. Mar | 21:00 | 250 RSD

        • SYNOPSIS

          The Second Chechen War. 1999. After his parents are killed in their village, a small boy Hadji flees, joining the flood of refugees. He meets Carole, a European Union delegation head and little by little, with her help, he will return to life. At the same time, his elder sister Raïssa searches tirelessly for him amongst the civilian exodus.

          After being arrested for drug possession, nineteen-year-old Russian musician Kolia is drafted into military service, where he's bullied, humiliated and beaten — until he becomes one of the bullies. In Chechnya, Kolia accidentally kills two civilians; he's horrified, but his buddies laugh it off as a rite of passage. Just as Hadji is traumatized to the point of speechlessness, Kolia is so dehumanized that he loses his identity and is transformed into a killing machine.

          Michel Hazanavicius

          Michel Hazanavicius was born in Paris. He has worked in television and film as an actor, writer, and director. His feature film The Artist won five Academy Awards including Best Director and Best Picture.

          2014 Search, The
          2012 Les infidels
          2011 Artist, The

          2014 Cannes

          Oscar winner Michel Hazanavicius makes a 180-degree shift from the effervescent charms of The Artist with this grueling, lumbering and didactic war picture.
          Justin Chang, Variety