Here And There

Belgrade Film Festival
FEST 2009
Tribeca 2009
Best New York Narrative
Geneva Tous Ecrans 2009
FIPRESCI Prize/Best Director

Here And There

A Film by Darko Lungulov

2008 - Germany/Serbia/USA - Comedy/Drama - 1.85 DCP - 90 min.

with Mirjana Karanovic , David Thornton , Cyndi Lauper & Branislav Trifunovic

Language: Serbian
Produced by George Lekovic

Branko, a young Serbian immigrant, struggles in an unforgiving New York, desperately trying to bring his girlfriend Maria from Serbia to USA. Robert, a depressed New Yorker, tries to make quick cash and accepts to move to Belgrade to marry her so she can get an American visa. Instead of money, Robert finds his way in chaotic Serbia!

Belgrade Film Festival
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Geneva Tous Ecrans 2009
FIPRESCI Prize/Best Director

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