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Tam 4500

DirectorMomir Matovic
ProducerMomir Matovic – MATFILM Montenegro
WriterMomir Matovic
EditorLjiljana Vukobratovic
CameraMomir Matovic
SoundVelibor Hajdukovic, Nebojsa Zoric
ScreeningFriday 9 November | 17:45 hours | Filmhuis Den Haag
Sunday 11 November | 12:15 hours | Filmhuis Den Haag
Length23 min

An incredible story about a bizarre lorry and a man… Dutch Premiere


Every single day, Risto Bacovic (age 62) from the Montenegrin village of Klenak leaves in his vehicle some irreal life of his own for the life of reality, which is demanding and requires its own ways: meetings, assistance, worries, duties… One of the best known documentary makers from Montenegro, whose films were screened at the IDFA, DOK Leipzig, Krakow and many other big festivals, is nourishing his own style for already 30 years. This is his latest short film gem.

Director’s bio

Momir Matovic was born in 1951 in Titograd (Podgorica), Republic of Montenegro. He graduated from the Faculty of Drama, Film and Television – division for Cine Camera, Belgrade. His filmography includes: Bank Of Life (1984), Metres Of Life (1986), Same As Tomorrow (1988), Red Line Of The Ujkic House (1990), A 68 Year Long Night (1991), The Last Cinema Show (1992), I Know How (1993), String Of Life (1996), Delivery Of A Nation (1997).