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Nino Radman is a man with too many women and too little time, a walking recipe for disaster. Trying to admit to his wife that he has fallen in love with someone else, he seeks advice of an “expert” which plunges him into even greater chaos. Fearing his wife, Nino’s growing paranoia turns him into a ticking timebomb. Will he triumph or fail, meandering a series of unexpected twists, in which only one thing is higher than Nino’s problems – his blood pressure. This entertaining comedy about the funny side of midlife crisis is Jasna Nanut’s feature debut, after winning over the ZFF audience with her sharp-witted shorts. The script for the film was developed at the ZFF workshop My First Script.
Jasna Nanut (1975) received her Master’s degree in directing at the Academy of Dramatic Art in 2016. She is the author of six feature shorts that were shown at ZFF (Tanja, Playing the Tiger, Hands), Sarajevo Film Festival, festivals in Tallinn, Poitiers and elsewhere. She is a two-time winner of Oktavijan, for her graduate film Playing the Tiger (2015) and her first professional short Tanja (2016). Seventh Heaven (2023) is her feature debut.