• The Disobedient
        • The Disobedient

          • Country:
          • Serbia, France, Germany, 2014
          • Group:
          • Serbian film
          • Duration:
          • 135'
          • Director:
          • Mina Đukić
          • Screenplay:
          • Mina Đukić
          • Cast:
          • Hana Selimović, Mladen Sovilj, Marko Janjić, Danijel Šike, Minja Subota, Branka Šelić, Žarko Radić
          • Festivals:
          • Cinematography:
          • Đorđe Arambašić
          • Editing:
          • Ivan Vasić, Dragan Petrović
          • Sound:
          • Danijel Milosević
          • Producer:
          • Mina Đukić
          • Production:
          • Kiselo dete, Les films d’Antonine, Augenschein Filmproduktion GmbH
        • Showing

          01. Mar | 12:00 | 250 RSD
          Dvorana Kulturnog centra

        • SYNOPSIS

          Lazar (24) and Leni (24) are close friends from early childhood. Leni is forced to spend summer in their small provincial hometown working in her parents Pharmacy. She anxiously waits for Lazar who is coming back after 3 years of studying abroad. Once they reunite They decide to start a random bicycle trip around the sceneries of their childhood in order to either exhaust or reinvent their relationship which is inevitably reaching its turning point. The Disobedient is imagined as a road movie, but real movement is taking place during their attempts to reinvent childhood by running away from reality that started to make its irreversible moves.

          Mina Đukić


          Born in Sombor, in 1982. In January 2008, together with her colleagues Nikola Ležaić and Uroš Tomić, founded the film company Kiselo dete. They produced their first full-length film Tilva Roš, directed by Nikola Ležaić. She directed several short films awarded at national and international film festivals.



          2014       Neposlušni / The Disobedient



          2014       Sundance, Rotterdam, Istanbul, Novi Sad, Karlovy Vary, Sarajevo


          A lush and lyrical tale, rich in its presentation of tantalising [M1] pastoral romance set against a beautiful sun baked landscape.

          Mark Adams, Screen International