51 minutes, 2017
Director : Sead KRESEVLJAKOVIC and Emir ZUMBUL KAPETANOVIC (Bosnia)
Production : Al Jazeera Balkans, Alhemija Film (Bosnia)
Dane and Daut faced each other in the 1990’s during the war in Bosnia. Both were on the front line during the Bosnian Serb army’s attack on a Bosnian village near Srebrenica. Daut fired at Dane and assumed he’d killed him. Years later, crossing Dane’s path by chance, Daut discovered that his “victim” had survived. The starting point of their friendship. Today, even though the scars of war are deep and have left their mark in the Srebrenica region, Dane and Daut are working together to survive, in a difficult economic situation which still divides Bosnia, two decades after the war.
Sead KREŠEVLJAKOVIĆ was born in Sarajevo in 1973. Between 2007 and 2012, he was a producer and editor in the documentary department of TV Sarajevo, while also making his way as a freelance. Since 2012 he has worked as a producer in the programme department of Al Jazeera Balkans.
Emir ZUMBUL KAPETANOVIĆ was born in Sarajevo in 1981, where he studied at the Theatre Arts Academy. In 2008 he created a production company Alhemija Film, through which he makes documentary and experimental films.