|Producer||Sinisa Dragin – Mrakonia Film|
|Cast||Richard Hladik, Ioana Bugarin|
|Section||ENFF KICK-OFF: MEET THE TEAM AND WATCH A GREAT FILM|
A shy young man drawn into his own universe has a special encounter with a beautiful teenage girl in a bus in Bucharest.
The film is introduced by our team member and film coordinator Oana Stupariu.
Winner of the Tiger Award at IFFR 2002, Serbian-Romanian director Sinisa Dragin made a beautiful and touching no-budget short film in just about two shooting days. The film tells the story of what appears to be a very quiet and introverted teenage boy with two particular interests, both related to water: fish and swimming. As he quietly travels by bus back and forth between his daily interests, he has a short encounter with a beautiful teenage girl. Beautifully photographed on the streets of Bucharest and on locations, emotionally touching, told with nearly no dialogue. Dragin describes his film “Sorry” as a love story that happens between bus stops.