Montreal 2015, Sarajevo
Original title: Naša svakodnevna priča
Directed by: Ines Tanović
Written by: Ines Tanović
Cast: Uliks Fehmiu, Emir Hadžihafizbegović, Nina Violić
Production country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Runtime: 89 min.
A young war veteran Sasha (40) tries to cope with unsolved political situation and economic hardships of postwar Bosnia, while his father Mohamed (63) cannot give up his socials beliefs in an increasingly corrupt society. Torn by the problems of the two men, the mother Maria (62) falls ill, her illness causing the family to bond again. When the problems started lining up, both, Mohamed and Sasha, realize that it is actually the family that only matters; the last oasis of a man.
This is truly a story of everyday life, without any hugely dramatic tragedies or hysterically uplifting moods. It is a realistic film that lovingly depicts a part of Bosnian society that is not so often presented on the big screen, as opposed to films dealing with poverty and tragedy. (Vladan Petkovic, Cineuropa)