Slow Surrender

Slow Surrender (Polagana predaja) is a 2001 Croatian film directed by Bruno Gamulin, starring Filip Šovagović, Sven Medvešek and Lucija Šerbedžija. It is based on a novel of the same name by Goran Tribuson.[1]

Slow Surrender
Directed byBruno Gamulin
StarringFilip Šovagović
Sven Medvešek
Lucija Šerbedžija
Anja Šovagović-Despot
Music byDavor Rocco
Production
companies
HRT
Gama Studio
Distributed byHRT
Release date
2001
Running time
92 minutes
CountryCroatia
LanguageCroatian

PlotEdit

Petar Gorjan (Filip Šovagović) is a cynical 40-year-old PR man who is profoundly unhappy with his life: he betrayed the ideals of his youth, and has a failed marriage behind him. While driving his car to Dubrovnik to visit his ex-wife (Anja Šovagović Despot) and child, he meets Lukas (Sven Medvešek), a rather eccentric young man, and Mala (Lucija Šerbedžija), a vagrant girl. They join him against his will and proceed to introduce additional chaos into his life...[1][2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Polagana predaja at lzmk.hr (in Croatian)
  2. ^ "Baza HR kinematografije".

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