DIRECTOR: Srđan Dragojević

COUNTRY: Serbia, Germany, North Macedonia, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina

YEAR / DURATION: 2021 • 122’

GENRE: comedy, drama, fantasy


  • SCREENPLAY: Srđan Dragojević
  • CINEMATOGRAPHY: Dušan Joksimović
  • EDITOR: Petar Marković
  • SCORE: Igor Perović
  • ACTORS: Goran Navojec, Bojan Navojec, Ksenija Marinković, Nataša Marković, Sana Kostić, Miloš Samolov, Nikola Pejaković, Srđan Žika Todorović, Miloš Timotijević
  • PRODUCERS: Biljana Prvanović, Srđan Dragojević
  • COMPANY: Delirium Films
  • COPRODUCERS: Heino Deckert, Vladimir Anastasov, Angela Nestorovska, Eva Rohrman, Darija Kulenović Gudan, Predrag Kalezić, Marija Perović, Srđan Šarenac, Dejan Papić, Zoran Ivković, Miroslav Ateljević, Ratko Zatezalo, Alexander Bohr
  • COPRODUCED BY: Ma.ja.de. (Germany), Sektor Film (North Macedonia), Forum Ljubljana (Slovenia), Studio dim (Croatia), Montenegro Max Film Kino (Montenegro), Novi film (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • DISTRIBUTION: Duplicato
  • SALES AGENT: Pluto Film
  • FESTIVALS AND AWARDS: Locarno Film Festival – Prize of Independent Young Jury, Mostra de Valencia, Best Photography



Three stories set in 1993, 2001 and 2026. The first story, Sin, follows the kindhearted character Stojan, who receives a halo as a gift from God, which creates problems for him in the neighbourhood, but also in his marriage. The second story, Grace, follows Gojko, a deeply religious young man who believes his mobile phone can give him a direct connection with his favourite saint, St Petka. The third story, The Golden Calf, also follows Gojko, but this time he is a painter and his canvases are extremely powerful – so powerful, in fact, that they can sate hunger.

About the director

Srđan Dragojević (Belgrade, 1963) graduated in clinical psychology from the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade and film and TV directing from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, where he taught from 2000 to 2004, and is also an awarded poet and writer. He is the director of regarded, awarded, and hugely popular films within the region We Are Not Angels (1992), Pretty Village, Pretty Flame (1996) – which is among 30 best war films in history according to Sight&Sound critics, The Wounds (1998), and the big box office hit The Parade (2011).


  • Arena – 17.07



  • Brijuni – 18.07


Boat tickets are sold at the Brijuni National Park office on the Fažana quayside on the day of the screening, starting from 4 p.m. The price of boat transfer is 50.00 kn and film screenings are free of charge.
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