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by Darijan Pejovski


Two completely different women – a prostitute and an avenger – are brought together by destiny to help each other come to terms with their pasts. After Marika kills a man in self-defence, she runs off to the nearby station and boards a train where she meets Jana, a quiet woman in her late thirties who is en route to her cottage deep in the mountains. This seems like a perfect chance for Marika to take refuge; however, there is something covert going on and the suspicion between the two women regarding their true intentions gradually builds up. While the picture is formally built as a thriller, the actual content is embellished with complex and shrewd psychological portraits of both heroines and placed in the social context of their destiny.

international title: Three Days in September
original title: Tri dena vo septemvri
country: North Macedonia, Kosovo
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Darijan Pejovski
film run: 90'
screenplay: Darijan Pejovski, Igor Ivanov
cast: Irena Ristic, Kamka Tocinovski, Adem Karaga, Salaetin Bilal, Milica Stojanova, Goran Trifunovski, Aleksandar Mikic, Fatos Kryeziu
cinematography by: Dimo Popov
film editing: Vladimir Pavlovski
art director: Snezana Ponjavic
costumes designer: Emilija Ivanovska Atanasovska
music: Aleksandar Pejovski
production: Skopje Film Studio
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