Dan četrnaesti

The fourteenth day

Zemlja / Country: Jugoslavija / Yugoslavia

Godina / Year: 1960.

Trajanje / Runtime: 1h 41min

Produkcija / Production: Lovćen Film

Reditelj / Director: Zdravko Velimirović

Scenario / Screenplay: Borislav Pekić, Zdravko Velimirović

Producenti / Producers: Simo Ćolović, Duško Ercegović, Nikola Popović

Direktor fotografije / Cinematography: Vladeta Lukić

Montaža / Editing: Katarina Stojanović

Scenografija / Production design: Dragoljub Lazarević

Kostimi / Costumes: Mira Čohadžić

Uloge

Nikola Popović, Karlo Bulić, Slobadan ´Cica´ Perović, Dušan Janicijević, Mira Stupica

Sinopsis

Film “Dan četrnaesti” je po žanru drama, a protagonisti su četvorica zatvorenika koja su zbog dobrog vladanja dobili privremeni otpust iz zatvora u trajanju od dvije sedmice. Radnja prikazuje kako se oni pokušavaju prilagoditi životu na slobodi, ali i sve dileme koje nastaju kako se približava dan kada se moraju vratiti iza rešetaka.

‘’The Fourteenth Day’’ is a drama, and the protagonists are four prisoners who got a temporary release from prison for good conduct, lasting two weeks. The story shows how they try to adapt to living in freedom, and all dilemmas emerging as the day when they have to come back behind bars approaches.

Reditelj

Zdravko Velimirović je rođen 11. oktobra 1930. godine u Cetinju, a gimnaziju je završio u Kotoru. Filmsku i pozorišnu režiju je diplomirao na Akademiji za pozorište film, radio i televiziju u Beogradu 1954. Godine, i filmsku režiju na Visokoj filmskoj školi u Parizu 1957. godine. Režirao je dokumentarne, televizijske i radio drame, kao i osam igranih filmova za koje je dobio više od dvadeset nagrada i priznanja, među kojima je Povelja za vidan doprinos svjetskoj kinematografji 2001. godine Saveza filmskih stvaralaca Ruske Federacije. Umro je u Beogradu 7. februara 2005. godine.

Zdravko Velimirovic was born on 11th October, 1930 in Cetinje, and he completed his secondary education in Kotor. He graduated from department of Film and TV Directing at the Academy of Theatre, Film, Radio and Television in Belgrade in 1954, as well as Film Directing at the Paris Film School in 1957. He directed documentary, television and radio dramas, in addition to eight feature films, which won over twenty awards and recognitions, including the Award for significant contribution to world cinematography awarded by the Alliance of Filmmakers of Russia in 2001. He died in Belgrade on 7th January, 2005.

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