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Murina Murina

Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović / Croatia, Brazil, Slovenia, USA / 2021 / 96 min / Slovene subtitles, Croatian, English / 15+

On a picturesque Croatian island, the restless 16-year-old Julija leads an isolated life under her father’s domineering hand. The tide changes when a charming old family friend arrives, sparking Julija's yearning to set herself free. Executive producer: Martin Scorsese. Caméra d'or Award for the Best First Feature in Cannes.

cast Gracija Filipović, Leon Lučev, Danica Ćurčić, Cliff Curtis

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»Quietly, with a sinister Adriatic sparkle, [Murina] makes the compelling case that even without labyrinthine murder plots or hard-bitten private eyes, a young girl’s passage into adulthood can be the perfect, darkly dazzling vehicle for a sunshine noir.«
- Variety

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