A woman disappears; or does she? Draginja loses herself in identity issues. In her role promoting a tour operator, as a guardian angel for younger soul mates in a local club, as a representative for a new make of vacuum cleaner, as a fake mother with a fake husband: staged identities that range from a floral apron and housewife’s bouffant hairdo to enraptured dancing and a yearning for a fight, all as easy as that. A fragmentary diary of female dissatisfaction featuring every imaginable role attribution: Who am I, who are you, what is family, what is society, what are role models? Consistent in its unconventional meta-level perspective, this reflection on gender roles follows in the tradition of the Yugoslav Black Wave, just as down-to-earth as it is intellectual, the only difference being that it’s modern.
Text: Bernd Buder
Engl.: Peter Rickerby
Stadthalle: Original version with English subtitles + German simultaneous translation.
Weltspiegel Saal 2: Original version with English subtitles
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Dušan Zorić/Matija Gluščević - Dušan Zorić and Matija Gluščević studied film directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade.Their films have been selected at a great number of international festivals, winning several awards.Dušan's documentary Love (2016) had its world premiere at Visions du Réel. His short Foreign Body(2018) had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival (Orizzonti). Matija's documentary Utopia(2016) was screened at Pula Film Festival and Belgrade Documentary and Short FF. His short fictionfilm Loop (2017) premiered at the Locarno Film Festival. Have You Seen This Woman? is their featuredebut.