When seamstress Ana places a cake on the kitchen table, her adolescent daughter Ivana just shakes her head and turns away. Her husband Jovan also wants her to drop the subject. With this gesture, Ana celebrates the birthday of her son who, according to the hospital, died immediately after he was born. He would be 18 years old now. With obsession and perseverance, she is fighting one last time against the police, the bureaucracy and even her own family, in order to uncover the truth.
“There are over 500 families (in Serbia) that are trying to find their children. There are over 500 different stories and many more unheard voices. I’ve decided to tell one of them.” (Miroslav Terzić)
Born in Belgrade in former Yugoslavia in 1969, he studied international law at the city’s university before taking a postgraduate degree in its Faculty of Dramatic Arts. His debut feature film, Redemption Street, premiered at the Sarajevo Film Festival. He also works as a director for major marketing agencies.