Inferno

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A young unemployed working class family every day struggles for survival. The family is like any ordinary European family, trying to make a living with the work of their hands. Due to the global economic crisis their life ends up in a blind alley. The film, which interpretate the themes of Dickens and Dante, is a dark indictment of modern European society.

Festivals: 

Tiburon Film Festival – Award for Best Director

Vinko Möderndorfer

Vinko Möderndorfer (b. 1958) is a Slovene writer, poet, playwright and theatre and film director. He studied theatre at the Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television in Ljubljana. In 2003 he received the Rožanc Award for his essay book The Theatre in a Mirror. Inferno is his debut feature.