Hidden struggle for survival behind a sophisticated facade. Like so many young people in his country, Miloš somehow muddles through. Despite having completed his studies, he doesn’t have a job – perhaps because it is more comfortable to just hang around all day and night sporting sunglasses and sipping a latte macchiato. But the people around him are urging him to grow up.
Miloš is still living with his mother. She also does his laundry and watches every cent to be able to cook for him. He, on the other hand, likes to hang out in the café, with his friends or alone. Although he studied architecture, he is unemployed. He isn't allowed to see his little son as long as he doesn't pay his ex-wife alimony. But when he tries to find a job, he is constantly having doors slammed in his face or dealing with a personnel manager who, in case of doubt, would rather give the job to the sons of old friends rather than to him. A refreshingly authentic feature film debut reminiscent of the Yugoslavian "Black Wave" of the 1960s. WMH
Aleksa Stefan Radunović
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Aleksa Stefan Radunović - born in 1992 in Ourense, Spain. In 2000 his family moved to Montenegro. He participated in a digital animation program (CGI) and worked for some time in a freelance group on 3D animation projects. In 2016 he attended a course on "Film for Social Transformation", during which he developed the idea for his debut film LAZY GUY.