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Requiem for Mrs. J.
(Реквијем за госпођу Ј.)
Serbia, Bulgaria, Macedonia 2017
In Serbian with English subtitles
For audiences aged 12 and above
|Mrs J., a former administrative clerk, decides to complete all her tasks: she washes a sink full of dishes, goes to the store, and digs up an old family pistol. It is her late husband's pistol. She is determined to kill herself with the gun on the anniversary of her husband's death in a week's time.
She is prepared to finish all private and administrative details so that she may commit suicide her way. In order to begin the process, she needs just one thing: a certificate about her employment over the past 20 years. In a country that is going through social transition, this will be highly complicated. Because living in transition is complicated. To die is even more complicated.
Director: Bojan Vuletić
Bojan Vuletić (born in 1977) is a Yugoslavian-born film director and screenwriter. He debuted with Practical Guide to Belgrade with Singing and Crying (2011) and has also worked on Serbian TV Show Sinđelići (2013–).
|Screenplay: Bojan Vuletić
Cast: Mirjana Karanović, Jovana Gavrilović, Danica Nedeljković, Mirjana Banjac, Vučić Perović, Valcho Karamashev, Srđan Todorović, Boris Isaković
Production: Nenad Dukić, Pavlina Jeleva & Tomi Salkovski / SEE Film Pro, Geopoly Film, Skopje Film Studio
Sales: Soul Food Films