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Once Were Humans Nekoč so bili ljudje

Goran Vojnović / Slovenia / 2020 / 89 min / Italian, Slovene, Bosnian, English

Leo is an Italian who lives in Slovenia, and Vučko is a Bosnian who came to Slovenia as a child refugee. When the bank refuses to give them a mortgage for a restaurant refurbishment, they decide to accept an offer from Gianni. They are tasked to steal his truck so he can collect the insurance money. To their shock, they discover they have taken the wrong truck, one loaded with refugees…

cast Francesco Borchi, Moamer Kasumović, Maruša Majer, Emir Hadžihafizbegović, Boris Cavazza, Jasna Žalica, Vlado Novak, Gregor Bakovič 

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