A father fights for more time with his daughter: a family drama from Croatia that portrays a tense, emotional odyssey through all instances. After his divorce, Marko has moved back in with his parents and is now more or less never alone. He is besieged on all sides: by his family, friends, colleagues and neighbours. But with the person he loves most he has no contact — his daughter, who lives with her mother. When Marko tries to get more time with her, he ends up trapped in a broken, Kafkaesque public apparatus.
BOBO JELČIĆ (*1964) studied direction at the Academy of Performing Arts in Zagreb and won several awards for his debut feature A Stranger. All Alone is his second full-length film.
Croatia, Netherlands, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro