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Stuck In Eden

After Serpent's deception, Adam and Eve are fighting their existence in Eden. Once fooled, God is getting things back in order. Still, Serpent made an impact on Eve's awareness. Apple remains pending.

  • srecko zitnik
    Director
    2012 Countdown
  • srecko zitnik
    Writer
    2012 Countdown
  • L.U.ZITNIK
    Producer
  • Vera Bosancic
    Key Cast
    "Eve"
  • Dragan Stojkovic
    Key Cast
    "Serpent"
  • Petar Grimani
    Key Cast
    "God"
  • Duje Grubisic
    Key Cast
    "Adam"
  • Zeljko Koceic
    Key Cast
    "narrator "
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Zapeli u Raju
  • Project Type:
    Animation
  • Runtime:
    35 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    January 31, 2020
  • Country of Origin:
    Croatia
  • Language:
    Croatian
  • Aspect Ratio:
    2.39∶1
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - srecko zitnik


Srecko ZITNIK was born in Split, Croatia, in 1962. He graduate Art at the University of Split. He is member of HULU (Croatian Association of Visual Artist). Primarily he is well known painter with more than 30 self or group exhibitions. His art work is multi medial. He did scenography, writing, graphic design, played music. He wrote several SF short stories published in Croatia. In 2012, he wrote a story, script, directed and produced his first feature film "2012 Countdown" (on English). Lately worked on short animated titled "Zapeli U Raju" ("Stuck In Eden") for which script was written in Croatian local dialect (Split, Croatia), short SF animated "Leah" and short animated "Ricochet". Working through his non-profit Art Association L.U. ZITNIK , Split, Croatia.

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Director Statement

Some stories are fictional, some true. This one exists long time ago. It was not my intention to change it`s meaning, or to question it's purpose of existence.
I simply took this story and place it in a context of our daily existence as a human being.
The readable criticism in the subtext of my characters dialog can provoke as well to make some laugh, but that`s primarily for a form of a film as it is. Beyond the obvious, the real never ending discussion lies in a sub context statement - that we are small and imperfect, yet so full of pride.
When, why and how did all started, who we really are and where do we actually going?