Video

Krivina

Igor Drljača

2012, 67:00 minutes, colour, Bosnian, Serbo-Caroatian with English Subtitles

TAPECODE 1063.03

Miro, an immigrant from the former Yugoslavia, lives in Toronto. He has a hard time relating to others and he never stays in one place for too long. When he finds out that his pre-war friend Dado, who has been missing for almost two decades, is now wanted for war-era crimes, his life starts to unravel. Upon hearing that Dado still visits Zljebovi, a village on the outskirts of Sarajevo, Miro embarks on a trip to Bosnia to find his friend.

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Critical Writing

Director Igor Drljaca finds creativity in traumatic events
by Justin Skinner. City Centre Mirror, Jan 29, 2013.