Celestial Body

Celestial Body (Croatian: Nebo, sateliti) is a 2000 Croatian film directed by Lukas Nola. The film received four Golden Arena awards at the Pula Film Festival.[2]

Celestial Body
Directed byLukas Nola
Screenplay byLukas Nola
Distributed byCroatian Radiotelevision
Release date
Running time
85 minutes


The film takes place during the Croatian War of Independence. When Serbian and Croatian armies exchange captives in the middle of a minefield, a nameless man without identity and memory, subsequently named Jakov, leaves the column unnoticed and wanders around in order to minimize other people's sufferings. On his dangerous journey, he meets a female first-fighter who runs an orphanage, a commander who returned from the French Foreign Legion to run a defence line from a disco club. He goes through many other adventures only to end up in the endless backwaters of the Neretva river where war threatens to arrive.


  1. ^ "Baza HR kinematografije".
  2. ^ Malašić Lazić, Gordana (17 June 2016). "Pula film festival: Najbolji filmovi u posljednjih 25 godina su..." Scena.hr. Retrieved 16 August 2018.

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