The short movie tells a story about the sacrifices women had to make during the times of war.
1994, Sarajevo. No water, electricity or food in the town under siege.
Tea Mikic, despite the horrible war conditions, manages to keep her positivity. She lost her husband during the war and is completely self-sufficient. She is getting ready for something in the morning, so she decides to wash her hair even though all her backup supplies are gone. She starts her desperate journey to look for water, and neither her neighbors nor sniper fire can stop her.
Directed by / Istvan Kovacs
Dop / Zoltan Devenyi
Written by / Kalman Gasztonyi
Featuring / Vedrana Bozinovic, Radoje Cupic, Mirela Lambic, Nenad Pecinar, Trill Zsolt, Laszlo Keszeg
Born in 1985 in then-Yugoslavia as a Hungarian minority, he spent most his youth in the Southern Hungarian town of Szeged.
He got enrolled to the University of Theatre and Film Arts of Budapest in 2011, where he recently got his Director BA degree in the class of János Szász.
‘The Sound of Concrete’ was his graduation film.
He is currently studying at the school’s Director MA training in the class of Ildikó Enyedi. ‘A SIEGE” was his Master’s Degree Diploma Film, that is a Student Academy Award Medalist.
His first feature film “The Column” is already in development.