The Living Man

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Serbia, Germany, Bulgaria


92 min




Oleg Novković


Milena Marković


Miladin Čolaković


Lazar Predojev


Nikola Đuričko, Nada Šargin, Bojan Žirović, Jana Bjelica, Filip Hajduković, Iva Milanović, Tanja Bošković, Branko Cvejić, Miodrag Krstović, Marta Bjelica, Sonja Kolačarić, Ivana Vuković, Stefan Trifunović


Uroš Lazić, Ljiljana Đuričko, Marcel Lenz, Guido Schwab

Production Company:

Salt, Ostlicht Filmproduktion, The Chouchkov Brothers

Festivals and awards:

Buenos Aires Int’l Festival of Independent Cinema

Igor “Đela” Đerić, a Belgrade rocker and former member of the iconic rock band Sinovi (Nikola Đuričko – Frozen Stiff, Stranger Things) lives with his wife Sunčica and their two children. Their marriage is marked by many problems, but also by many years of living together. After a disturbing confession of his wife and upon hearing the news from his teenage daughter, he decides to start all over. In the process, he will try to correct the mistakes from the past, but a series of unforeseen events keep pushing him in a different direction. The Living Man is a melancholic rock ‘n’ roll comedy about a man searching for deliverance and about the eternal question of what is real life and what is freedom.

Oleg Novković (1968) was born in Belgrade. One of the leading Serbian filmakers of his generation. He makes feature and documentary films. He is also a stage director. He is an associate professor of film directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. His White White World (2010) won Golden Leopard for Lead Female Role (Jasna Đuričić) and was included among 45 best European films by choice of European Film Academy (EFA).

Friday 30/07 at 23:30, Cinema Trg

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