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Cirkus Columbia


Cirkus Columbia

Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1991. The Communists have been toppled from power and Divko Buntic returns to the village of his birth to reclaim the family home. After 20 years of exile in Germany, Divko rolls up in his fancy Mercedes with his young girlfriend Azra, his lucky black cat, Bonny, and his pockets full of German marks. Divko uses his money and connections to have his estranged wife Lucija thrown out of the house, but does everything he can to find his son Martin. Most of the people in the village seem to ignore the rumour of political upset: Croatia has become independent, all Yugoslavs are forced to take sides, and the Serbs start bombing Dubrovnik. The birth of a war from Danis Tanovic, maker of No Man’s Land (2001), L’enfer (2005) and Triage (2009).

Año: 2010
Origen: Francia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Reino Unido, Alemania, Eslovenia, Bélgica
Dirección: Danis Tanovic
Producción: Cedomir Kolar, Amra Baksic, Marc Bachet, Mirsad Purivatra, Cat Villiers, Dunja Klemenc, Gerhard Meixner, Roman Paul, Marion Hänsel, Miroslav Mogorovi / 2006, A.S.A.P. Films, Autonomous, Studio Maj, Razor Film, Man’s Films Production,
Art & Popcorn
Guión: Danis Tanovic, Ivica Dikic
Fotografía: Walther Van den Ende
Música: Max Richter, Stéphane Moucha
Montaje: Petar Markovic
Actores: Miki Manojlovic, Mira Furlan, Boris Ler, Jelena Stupljanin, Milan Strlji
Duración: 113 min.
Contacto: Wanda Visión
Teléfono: 91 352 83 76

Festival de San Sebastián (2010): Sección “Zabaltegi”