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Curfew Story

DirectorDunja Subasic, Uros Dimitrijevic
ProducerDunja Subasic, Uros Dimitrijevic
EditorDunja Subasic, Uros Dimitrijevic
Length5 min

A young couple, living in two different countries, learn more about each other and themselves as they are quarantined together for more than a month in Serbia. Dutch Premiere


Dunja returns home from France in March 2020 and is put under house quarantine with her boyfriend. They have always wanted to live together, however, they didn’t expect it to happen under such circumstances. The couple is faced with a harsh reality: break the curfew and you end up in prison. They settle into the new routine quickly, however they have different ways of coping and dealing with the new situation. While Uros is more anxious and sits all day at his computer, Dunja spends time exercising. Living so closely together for a month, they learn more about each other and themselves.