A social drama set in Sarajevo sees a father fighting for his integrity – against a corrupt system that ruthlessly hits back. Nothing in Armin’s life is simple. His day-to-day life is paved with obstacles and mishaps. Broken-down cars, lost phones, meetings with teachers because his son is causing problems at school, missed pregnancy course appointments with his wife and a permanent lack of money. When, after a long period of unemployment, he gets a job with a security company, life for Armin finally seems to have taken a turn for the better. But on his first day at the abbatoir he makes a fatal mistake: he is honest.
MARTIN TURK (*1978) studied at the Acting and Film Academy in Lyublyana and has made a series of prize-winning short films. In 2009 he took part in a Cinéfondation Artist-in-Residence programme in Cannes. Good Day's Work is his third feature.
Dobar dan za posao
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, Slovenia
OV with English subtitles
Aleksandar Seksan, Maja Zećo, Senad Alihodžić, Ermin Sijamija, Mladen Nelević, Muhamed Hadžović, Adijan Kulovac
Jovan Marjanović, Amra Bakšić - Čamo, Mirsad Purivatra, Ida Weiss, Enes Erbay
Radislav Jovanov - Gonzo
August Adrian Braatz
Obala Art Centar; Turkish Radio & Televison; Bela Film; Teferruat Film
Altijana Maric, Sarajevo Film Festival: firstname.lastname@example.org