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The documentary depicts the bittersweet life of two grannies living in isolation on the hills of Eastern Bosnia. The entity, which the grannies converse with, listen to and respect, is nature. The action of the film is the everyday life in the countryside, which reveals the caring and intimate relationship between the grannies and in their relationship to nature. The poetically framed scenes reference the tableaus from realist paintings. The film emphasizes the intangible cultural heritage through the presentation of chants and rituals for taming adverse weather, hail, and storm, reflecting the simplicity and purity of their way of life, as well as their painstaking work.
Maja Novaković, born in 1987, in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, has completed her Bachelor's and Master's Degree at the Department of Art History of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade. Currently, she is working on her PhD thesis "Poetics of Heritage in the Works of Sergei Parajanov" at the Department of Art History of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade. She works at the Centre for Museology and Heritology of the same university and as a research assistant at the Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
A sad se spušta veče
Maja Novaković, Milan Milosavljević
Students’ City Cultural Centre – Academic Film Centre in Belgrade
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