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BATUSHA'S HOUSE

by Jan Gollob, Tino Glimmann

synopsis

Kadri Batusha has been building his tremendous house in the outskirts of Pristina, Kosovo, for 15 years; without plans or permits. The architecture of this enormous building, with its towers, stairs and maze-like corridors, is a reflection of his biography: a life story shaped by political activism, prison, migration, years as an asylum seeker in Switzerland and finally the war in Kosovo.

international title: Batusha's House
original title: Batushas Haus
country: Switzerland, Kosovo
year: 2017
genre: documentary
directed by: Jan Gollob, Tino Glimmann
film run: 70'
screenplay: Jan Gollob, Tino Glimmann
cinematography by: Royald Elezaj
film editing: Jan Gollob, Tino Glimmann
music: Simon Truog
producer: Jan Gollob, Tino Glimmann, Valon Bajgora, Yll Uka, Agon Uka
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