Two Croatian films at worldfest Houston this sunday (April 12) and monday (April 13)!!

Browsing through the programme of World Fest, one of Houston’s Film Festivals, I was happy to find two productions from Croatia this year!

Sunday April 12, 7pm: Cvjetni Trg // Flower Square, Croatia, 2012
Synopsis: “Nationalism, church and organized crime make for an unholy trinity in Krsto Papic’s powerful story of a man trapped in a world he not only never made, but also wants no part of. The world is Croatia, where a mobster named Macko seems to controls everything — from the underworld to the Catholic Church to the fate of his brother, who resents the mafioso for sleeping with his wife and destroying his marriage years ago. The real focus of “Flower Square,” however, is a nobody actor in a puppet show named Filip, who is blackmailed into posing as a priest to trick Macko to confess to committing an array of crimes.”

get tickets here.

Monday April 13, 9pm: Most na kraju svijeta // Bridge at the end of the worldCroatia/Bosnia/Serbia, 20134
Synopsis: “The film “The Bridge at the End of the World” deals with the unfortunate human destinies from the war in Croatia. In fear of the return of Serbian refugees to their houses in which they lived before the war and that in the meantime populated with Croat refugees from Bosnia, an old man disappears, and the investigation that starts from a police officer who lives in a Serbian house, will become more personal.”

get tickets here.

 Films screen at ACME studio 30, 2949 Dunvale St., Houston.

 

 

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  1. Pingback: REVIEW: MOST NA KRAJU SVIJETA / THE BRIDGE AT THE END OF THE WORLD at Worldfest Houston | SEE Film Club

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