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Seventh Heaven

dir. JASNA NANUT (Croatia)


An entertaining, bitter-sweet, bizarre, and sometimes hilarious film about a midlife crisis and an unfaithful man on the verge of a nervous breakdown. 

Nino Radman is a man with too many women and too little time, a walking recipe for disaster. Too afraid to tell his wife that he fell for another woman, he seeks help from an “expert” whose advice leads him into even greater chaos. Living in fear of his own wife, he becomes paranoid, and turns into a ticking bomb that might explode any minute. Whether he will triumph or fail is revealed in this comedy full of unexpected twists, where the only thing bigger than Nino’s problems is his blood pressure. Marvellously performed by Kreso Mikic, one of the best Croatian actors and an excellent comedian.

SHOWTIMES | Special Guest: director Jasna Nanut

Sunday, 26 November – 19:00

SEDMO NEBO | 2023 | 88 min | Croatia

PRODUCTIONHrvoje Osvadic – 15th Art Production
CASTKresimir Mikic, Iva Jerkovic, Iva Mihalic, Niksa Butijer
SCREENPLAYJasna Nanut, Hrvoje Osvadic
EDITINGTomislav Sutlar


Pula Film Festival, 2023 – World Premiere


Jasna Nanut (born 1975) earned her master’s degree in film and television directing from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. Alongside film, she also works in television where she began her career. She is the author of six short feature films that have been screened at the Zagreb, Pula and Sarajevo Film Festivals, in Tallinn, Motovun, Plans d’Angers, Poitiers, and many others. She is a two-time recipient of the Oktavijan award, for her graduation film “The Game of the Little Tiger” and her first professional short film “Tanja”. “Seventh Heaven” is her first feature-length film. She is a member of the Croatian Film Directors’ Guild.