Jasna is a beautiful girl in her mid-teens, leading a crude life of the postwar generation in Serbia. With a terminally ill father and dispirited mother, she is disillusioned and angry with everyone and everything, including herself. Having a huge crush on a boy from school, she goes on a spree of sex, drugs and partying, constantly filming with her mobile phone. But even in that very harsh environment love and tenderness emerge.
Belgrade, 1983. Graduated in the Film and Television Department of the Belgrade Faculty of Dramatic Arts, studied documentary directing at the prestigious La fémis in Paris and participated in the Talent Campus at the Berlin Festival. Has helmed educational programmes for Serbian national television, RTS. Klip, her feature directorial debut, earned her a Tiger Award at the last edition of the Rotterdam Festival.
Maja Milo (SERBIA)