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
Starring
Production
companies
Distributed byCroatian Radiotelevision
Release date
2000[1]
Running time
85 minutes
CountryCroatia
LanguageCroatian

PlotEdit

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.

ReferencesEdit

  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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