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Slovene Shorts: 14 Edition Naši kratki 14

razno / 2018 / 40 min

Happy? (Petra Trampuž Bocevska), Alone (Gašper Markun), Nedeljsko jutro (Martin Turk), Tunel (Gregor Andolšek). 

Srečna? Happy?
Petra Trampuž Bocevska Slovenija, 2018, 16'

A film about relationships between generations and the influence they have on one another. What is it like to see a grandmother who spends her days observing and judging people and annoying her neighbours, from the perspective of her granddaughters? In the eyes of this younger generation, who will appear the luckier, their tired mother or their happy grandmother?

Sam Alone
Gašper Markun, Slovenija, 2017, 9'

He can play basketball alone. He can drive his car alone. He can live for the moment alone. He lives alone in a world that spins around him. Alone he can abandon himself to the flow of life.

Nedeljsko jutro Sunday Morning
Martin Turk, Slovenija, 2017, 15'

Two boys, their fathers and a dog have an unexpected encounter in the forest which will change them forever. A short film about authority, disappointment and the birth of the rebel.

Tunel The Tunnel
Gregor Andolšek, 2017,

On his way to work, the protagonist avoids driving through a tunnel, making a detour instead. One day, the side road is closed. After somehow managing to get past the roadblock, he soon drives into another, insurmountable obstacle. With an emergency waiting at work, he is forced to drive into the tunnel, the incarnation of his biggest fears.

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