21 October, 14:15 · CKK Jordanki
Marijana’s life revolves around her family, whether she likes it or not. They live on top of one another in a tiny apartment, driving one another crazy. Then her controlling father has a stroke and is left completely bedridden, and Marijana takes his place as head of the clan. Soon, she is working two jobs to keep everything afloat, while her mother and disabled brother do their best to scupper the ship. Driven to the edge, Marijana finds comfort in seedy sex with random strangers; and this taste of freedom leaves her wanting more. But now that she has finally found freedom, what’s she meant to do with it?
|Cast:||Mia Petričević, Nikša Butijer, Arijana Čulina, Zlatko Burić|
|Production:||Ankica Jurić Tilić|
|Producer:||Kinorama, Beofilm, Croatian radiotelevision|
Hana Jušić obtained ma degree in film and tv directing at Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. She also graduated in comparative literature and English language and literature from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in 2007 and she enrolled in the Postgraduate Doctor’s Study of Literature and Film. Quit Staring at My Plate is her debut feature film as a director and screenwriter.