GOOD DAY'S WORK



Director: Martin Turk

Screenwriter: Martin Turk

Cinematografpher: Radislav Jovanov - Gonzo

Scenography: Kujundžić Emina

Costume Designer: Kujundžić Emina

Music: Jurij Moškon

Sound Designer: Čamo Igor

Editor: Jurij Moškon

Cast: Aleksandar Seksan, Maja Zećo, Senad Alihodžić, Ermin Sijamija, Mladen Nelević, Muhamed Hadžović, Adijan Kulovac

Producer: Bakšić Čamo Amra, Marjanović Jovan, Purivatra Mirsad

Production:

OBALA ART CENTAR
Zelenih beretki 12, 71000 Sarajevo
Tel. / fax.: +387 33 20 94 11

Synopsis:

Armin has been unemployed for a long time, and in desperately need of a job. His wife Jasmina is pregnant, and his son Edin has behavioral problems at school. He has a promising interview for the position of a school caretaker. When his car won’t start on the morning of the interview, he starts walking. Almost in front of his eyes, a cyclist is injured in a hit-and-run. Armin calls the ambulance and the police. By the time he finally gets where he is going, the interviews are already over. Before Armin can reveal his latest failure to Jasmina, another work offer suddenly arrives. His brother-in-law takes him to a slaughterhouse on the outskirts of town, but it soon becomes apparent he doesn’t have the stomach to be a butcher. Coincidentally, his caretaker qualifications land him the position of a security guard. Armin is thrilled. Things are finally going his way. Armin stumbles on a scene that leads him to discover that workers in the slaughterhouse are stealing. He again decides to do the right thing, and tells the truth, but the road to hell is paved with good intentions.