According to audience assessments, the feature film ‘Circles’ by Srdan Golubović and the documentary film ‘Gangster Loves You’ by Nebojša Slijepćević are the best ones so far on the fifth day of the Sarajevo Film Festival.
In the category of feature films ‘Circles’ is followed by ‘An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker’ by Danis Tanović, ‘Blancanieves’ by Paolo Berger, ‘Odumiranje’ by Branislav Trifunović and ‘Kongres’ by Air Folman.
In the category of documentary film, in second place is ‘Gatekeepers’ by Dror Moreh, and in third place ‘Though I Know The River is Dry’ by Omar Robert Hamilton.
The audience in the National Theatre and in the !hej summer cinema Metalac could assess films after every screening, and in this way choose the best film according to the opinion of the audience.
‘Circles’ is a film about the war in B&H. At the height of the war in B&H, Serbian soldier Marko is witness to the brutal attack by three of his fellow soldiers on Haris, a Muslim civilian. Marko reacts and saves Haris, but the enraged soldiers beat Marko to death. The year is now 2008. The war is over, but the war wounds have still not healed.
‘Gangster Loves You’ is a comedy on romantic relationships in the 21st century. Nedjeljko Babić is a matchmaker. 25 years ago he left his job in order to pursue the career for which he was born to do-to connect lonely men and women. He became quickly famous thanks to his success, but also for his official nickname-Gangster.