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Body Telo

Petra Seliškar / Slovenia, North Macedonia, Croatia / 2023 / 91 min

For two decades, director Petra Seliškar documented the life of her close friend Urška, who is struggling with rare autoimmune diseases. Urška who was once a model and is now a professional pianist, faces unusual challenges, but refuses to let her spirit be broken. The film combines intimate conversations, personal archives, and impressionist images to delve into the secrets of the human body and reveal the power of art and friendship. World première in Sarajevo.

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