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view in croatian
  • 2011
  • 6'
  • digibeta, beta SP, video
  • color

The film title suggests that all you will see in the film is a prisoner of war’s subjective view through a small, window-like opening. Almost always the same scene of an attic window conveys the passage of time and the change of seasons. The unpleasant claustrophobic space could be anywhere in the world; the story could occur at any time or place in history. At one point the small opening transforms into a wide open window, letting a breath of freedom inside, but not for long. The opening closes again, leaving the screen totally black. The story repeats itself, since the game of war and the prison is, unfortunately, eternal.

Goran Trbuljak
Goran Trbuljak
Goran Trbuljak
Slaven Žimbrek
J.A. & Apple
J.A. & Slaven Žimbrek
Žimbra Film
World Sales
Zagreb film

Goran Trbuljak graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in 1972, and from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb in 1980. He has held over 20 solo exhibitions and about 100 group exhibitions and received many awards for his visual artwork and camera work. As a camera operator, he has filmed about 30 feature films and as many short films and documentaries. He is also the author of several short animated films. Trbuljak is a professor at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb.

Selected Filmography – Goran Trbuljak (1948)

  • L.E.F. (2012) – documentary short
  • POW's POV (2011) – experimental short
  • Helixbauhaus (2010) – animation short
  • Revision (2009) – animation short
  • Plakatkino (2008) – animation short
  • Duplex (2005) – animation short
  • Every Day by Itself, Never Together (2002) – animation short

Croatian film catalogue

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