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ADRIA BLUES

by Miroslav Mandić

synopsis

Aging Bosnian rocker Toni Riff hasn’t written a single song in twenty years; suffering from depression, he relies on financial support from his wife Sonia. The latter decides to make a last-ditch attempt to salvage Toni’s talent – and their marriage.

original title: Adria Blues
country: Slovenia, Croatia
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Miroslav Mandić
film run: 90'
screenplay: Miroslav Mandić
cast: Senad Bašić, Mojca Funkl, Peter Musevski, Grega Zorc, Iva Babic, Maja Taranis, Branko Zavrsan
cinematography by: Jure Černec
film editing: Stanko Kostanjevec
art director: Matjaz Pavlovec
costumes designer: Emil Cerar
music: Aldo Kumar
producer: Frenk Celarc, Miroslav Mandić, Ida Weiss
co-producer: Boris T. Matić, Amra Bakšić Čamo
production: Gustav Film, Filmostovje, Senca Studio, Viba Film Studio, RTV Slovenija, Propeler Film, SCCA/PRO.BA - Sarajevo Center for Contemporary Art
backing: Slovenian Film Centre
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