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Full Moon

DirectorNermin Hamzagic
ProducerAmra Baksic Camo, Adis Djapo – SCCA/pro.ba; BHRT
WriterNermin Hamzagic, Emina Omerovic
CameraAmel Djikoli
EditorRedzinald Simek
CastAlban Ukaj, Ermin Sijamija, Boris Ler, Izudin Bajrovic, Jasna Diklic
Original TitlePUN MJESEC
Length85 min
CountryBosnia and Herzegovina

This brilliant debut by a young Bosnian director is a masterfully played suspense drama of a man whose honour has been severely challenged by the surrounding dishonoured world. Dutch Premiere. The film will be introduced by prof. Haris Pasovic via Facebook.


In ‘Full Moon’, life turns upside-down for police inspector Hamza. His wife is undergoing urgent baby delivery, but he cannot leave the police station as no colleague agreed to take his shift. However, he seems to have minor troubles in comparison to the destinies he encounters at work that night, which appears to prove the old belief in the power of the full moon. Young boy Tarik appears suddenly in the station and puts the policeman on trial and, one by one, the apparitions arrive to the police station while the plot enters a vicious circle of sins and corruption. The story reflects Bosnian reality with all its complexity; corruption, transitional economic malaise, discontent of the folk, violence and disappointment of the young generation.