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Luce and Mare

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  • 2011
  • 10'
  • digibeta
  • color
  • Orig. Title: Luce i Mare

Luce and Mare are two young women living on the island of Vis at the beginning of the 1960s. They hide their love until one day a young man spots them kissing on the beach. In a tragic sequence of events, Luce is attacked, stoned and chased away from her family, while Mare marries her work colleague to avoid an equally evil destiny. When Luce learns that Mare has married she commits suicide by jumping onto the rocks in the sea. Mare, who still loves her, cannot bear this tragic waste and blinds herself. Fifty years later, Mare – now a cyber-granny – is once again reliving the biggest trauma of her life.

Dan Oki
Dan Oki
Raul Brzić
Elena Orlić, Ivana Franičević, Dinko Božanić, Dalibor Martinis, Dan Oki, Dragana Greget, Brian Willems, Sarah Kesenne, Adrian Goycoolea, Mary Agnes Krell, Peter Purg, Tamara Bilankov, Ivan Radović
Slobodan Jokić
Udruga Kazimir

Dan Oki aka Slobodan Jokić (1965) is a director and screenwriter. He has made four feature films, a number of documentaries and 20 experimental films. His films have been produced in Croatia, the Netherlands and the USA and screened at international festivals around the world. Oki’s films have won a number of international prizes, including the Grand Prix Videoex 2000 in Zürich. He is an associate professor in filmmaking at the Academy of Arts in Split (UMAS) and at the Academy of Dramatic Art (ADU) in Zagreb.

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