2 Sunny Days

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– Nedrįsk į mane šaudyti, idiote!

– Aš netyčia.

Martina and Peter, a married couple who are growing apart, come to the Croatian coast to reconcile their differences and recapture the closeness they once shared. However, they are about to experience a vacation that is anything but quiet and intimate. Instead, they are embroiled in tension, arguments and emotional isolations, with Martina flirting with a handsome tour guide, and Peter's nerves increasingly on edge. All this turmoil ultimately draws them into a life-or-death situation.
 
“I do not know how war looks like, or how adventure looks like, but I know a lot about relationships. And I always find a story which allows me to explore certain emotional dimensions,” says director Ognjen Sviličić.

Festivals: 

Pula Film Festival (Croatia) – in national competition; Cottbus Film Festival – in Focus section; selected for International Belgrade, Warsaw, Sofia, Linz and Utrecht film festivals.

Ognjen Sviličić

Croatian director and scriptwriter Ognjen Sviličić was born in 1971, in Split.. He is a graduate of the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. In 1999 he directed his debut feature film Wish I Were a Shark. His subsequent feature films, Sorry for Kung Fu (2004) and Armin (2007) both had been screened at the Berlin International Film Festival, as part of the Forum programme. Both films have since been shown extensively at over 40 international film festivals, winning numerous awards. Ognjen also works as a screenwriting tutor at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb.