Following the daily life of a factory worker Mihajlo in a neglected industrial town, testimonies about his life are given by people from his closest surrounding. At times, these people are seen as part of Mihajlo's daily routine, but after the character leaves the stage, their voices remain as the voice of the narrator. What they don't know is that Mihajlo is obsessively stealing tools from the factory and suffering from lost love. What they can't anticipate is what one morning is going to happen.
- Direction: Vladimir Vulević
- Script: Vladimir Vulević
- Cinematography: Luka Papić
- Editing: Vladimir Vulević, Luka Papić
- Sound: Vladimir Jovanović, Jakov Munižaba
- Actors: Hasan Čičić, Rasim Ćelamehmetović, Saša Bjelić, Iva Bjelić, Dragana Vidaković, Dragana Lalović, Vladimir Vulević
- Production: Ranč production
- Producers: Vladimir Vulević, Srđa Vučo
- Co-production: HFBK Hamburg
- Format: Digital File
- Color: Color
- Production Country: Serbia, Germany
- Production Year: 2020
- Duration: 30'
- Contact: Vladimir Vulević
Vladimir Vulević is born in 1984 in Priboj, Yugoslavia. He studied World Literature and Theory of Literature at Belgrade University, and Film studies at HFBK Hamburg University, Angela Schanelec’s class. He published two verse dramas: Remembrance from Formaldehyde (2010) and Ananke Ferdidurke (2012) and directed four short films: Larva, Pupa (2017), Allusion to Injuries (2018), Your Rooms, White and Purple (2019) and How I Beat Glue and Bronze (2021).
2017 Larva, Pupa (short)
2018 Allusion to Injuries (short)
2019 Your Rooms, White and Purple (short)
2021 How I Beat Glue and Bronze (short)