Tomorrow Morning

Tomorrow Morning

Tomorrow Morning

2006, Serbia, 84', Oleg Novković

2006, Serbia, 84', Oleg Novković

Tomorrow Morning

Synopsis

While weddings are supposed to be happy occasions, one man’s impending marriage leads to a series of bittersweet emotionally fraught and drunken reunions.

After twelve years in Canada, Nele returns to his native city Belgrade to get married to his girlfriend Maya. He soon falls back in with his old pals, and is forced to re-examine his priorities and his plans for the future when he meets his old love again. Shadows of the past hang heaviest over all the lives we see: Nele and his friends are still haunted by the suicide of their friend Sima, who took his own life shortly after Nele’s departure. But there are more losses and mental scars, which gradually come to light.

This award-winning drama explores the émigrés dilemma of never feeling at home, of repulsion for the old and the new, and the most distracting feeling of all, nostalgia.

Film Festival Cottbus 2006: Main Prize for Best Film, FIPRESCI prize, Distribution support prize for a festival film (“From Cottbus to cinema”); EAST OF THE WEST Award / special mention - Karlovy Vary 2006; Best screenwriter Milena Marković - Minsk 2006; Herceg Novi Film Festival 2006: GREAT GOLDEN MIMOSA - Best film, GOLDEN MIMOSA for female lead role - Nada Šargin, GOLDEN MIMOSA for editing - Lazar Predojev, GOLDEN MIMOSA for music - Miroslav Mitrašinović; IFF Alexandria 2006: Best screenwriter - Milena Marković, Best actress - Nada Šargin; FIPRESCI prize by Serbian critics to Oleg Novkovic as the best director in 2006, FIPRESCI prize by Serbian critics to Nada Sargin as the best actress in 2006.
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