- Gojko Berkuljan
- Montenegro, Serbia
- Monday, 13 November 2017
Crime drama inspired by a society in which crime and corruption have crept from the margins into the everyday life of the ordinary man. Petar is a retired detective with little to fill his days. All he’s got left in life is his daughter Iskra, a young journalist. The monotony of his retirement days is interrupted when Igor, Iskra’s colleague, informs him that she’s gone missing. While working on a story, she borrowed Igor’s car in a rush and hasn’t come back since. The car is found in a ditch by the road, but without a trace of Iskra. The evidence points to another person being in the car. The search for his daughter and the reason of her disappearance take Petar back to his past, and his world of lies starts slowly disintegrating.
Born in Cetinje in 1990. In 2014, he graduated in directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Cetinje. He has directed short fiction and documentary films. Iskra is his feature debut. He works in the Documentary program of the Radio and Television of Montenegro.