In her new film, director Andrea Štaka (Das Fräulein – Golden Leopard) peels off the layers of female identity in a small Croatian town. Mare never flew with a plane. She lives by the airport with her husband and three teenage kids and loves her family, but sometimes feels like a stranger in her home. Yearning for change, she watches the planes. When a stranger moves into the house next door, Mare will put her life to the test. The film premiered at Berlinale, and won the Heart of Sarajevo Award for Best Actress.
Andrea Štaka is a Swiss-Croatian writer/director and a member of the European Film Academy. Her debut feature, Das Fräulein (2006), won the Golden Leopard in Locarno and the Heart of Sarajevo at the Sarajevo Film Festival, while Cure – The Life of Another (2014) won an award at the film festival Max Ophüls Prize.
Friday 30/07 at 14:00, cinema Bauer