White White World

Locarno 2010
Competition
Pusan International
Film Festival 2010

White White World

A Film by Oleg Novković

2010 - Serbia - Drama - 2.35 DCP - 121 min.

with Boris Isakovic , Uliks Fehmiu , Hana Selimović , Jasna Đuričić Zlatan & Nebojša Glogovac

Language: Serbian
Produced by Milena Trobozić Garfield & Uliks Fehmiu

In the town of Bor, a rotten mining center in southeast Serbia, lives King, a lonesome cowboy of about 40, a former miner, now a local bar owner. Once he was involved with Ruzica, the town beauty and wife of his boxing coach Zivina. When Zivina found out about the affair Ruzica killed him. After seven years in jail Ruzica comes back to Bor. She goes to see King, only to find out that he is involved with another woman. Her daughter Rosa.

Locarno 2010
Competition
Pusan International
Film Festival 2010

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