Middle-aged Ibro (Emir Hadžihafizbegović) and his son Armin (Armin Omerović) travel from a small Bosnian place to Zagreb.

During their travel, Ibro is very excited – he talks to everybody, boasts about Armin, a 14-yearl-old adolescent, who barely speaks to him.
Armin is embarrassed, and asks his father to stop acting like that. Still, Ibro wants to make it known that he takes his son to an audition for a film directed by a German (Jens Munchow) in Zagreb.
After their bus breaks down, they get to Zagreb hitchhiking.
Armin is impressed with the big city. Audition does not go well for Armin, because he is too old for the part. Yet, Ibro pleads with the director to see Armin playing his accordion…



Film Festivals and awards:

Grand Prix – Mediterranean Film Festival, Brussels (December 2008)
Golden Anchor (special reward) – Haifa (October 2008)
Best director – Rabat (September 2008)
Vladimir Nazor – Zagreb (May 2008)
Best foreign movie – FIPRESCI Award, Palm Springs (January 2008)
Grand Prix – Golden Mimosa
FIPRESCI Award; Best producer – Herceg Novi (August 2007)
Golden Arena for best leading male actor – to Emir Hadžihafizbegović
Golden Arena for best script – to Ognjen Sviličić; Octavius, Film Critics Award – Pula (July 2007)
Best movie – Young Jury Award – Pariscinema (July 2007)
East West – Karlovy Vary (July 2007)
Best actor – to Emir Hadžihafizbegović – Durban (July 2007)
Best script – Festroia (June 2007)
NISI MASA Best Movies Reward – Sofia (March 2007)

Genre: Drama

Year of production: 2007

Directed by: Ognjen Sviličić


HRT, busse&halberschmidt, Refresh production


Emir Hadžihafizbegović
Armin Omerović
Marie Baumer
Barbara Prpić


Producers: Damir Terešak, Mirko Galić, Markus Halberschmidt, Ademir Kenović
Screenwriter: Ognjen Sviličić
Camera: Stanko Herceg
Editors: Vedran Samanović, Vjeran Pavlinić
Scenography: Vjeko Bošnjak
Costimography: Blanka Budak
Make up artist: Juliana Vrandečić

Distribution: Blitz

Running time: 82'