The Last Serb in Croatia

Croatia, seven years after bankruptcy. There is a fight going on in the world – water has become more precious than oil! In order to get hold of it, the powerful are ready to start wars, conquer, destroy, and even plant a zombie-virus! Mićo, a bon viveur from Zagreb, whose daily routine includes massage parlours, restaurants and cinemas, where he watches a movie series featuring his favourite actress Franka Anić, is caught completely off guard by the zombie-epidemics. Nevertheless, he boldly embarks on an Odyssey accompanied by his movie heroine, with one highly unattainable, goal: to survive!

  • Predrag Ličina
    Director
  • Predrag Ličina
    Writer
  • Ankica Jurić Tilić
    Producer
  • Miroslav Mogorović
    Producer
  • Krešimir Mikić
    Key Cast
  • Hristina Popović
    Key Cast
  • Tihana Lazović
    Key Cast
  • Dado Ćosić
    Key Cast
  • Bojan Navojec
    Key Cast
  • Marina Redžepović
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Feature
  • Runtime:
    1 hour 30 minutes
  • Country of Origin:
    Croatia
  • Language:
    Croatian
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    Yes
  • Student Project:
    No
  • Belgrade International Film Festival
    Belgrade
    Serbia
    February 26, 2019
Distribution Information
  • 21 Film
    Country: Croatia
Director Biography - Predrag Ličina

Predrag Licina was born on 28 May 1972 in Zagreb. He studied film and TV directing at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. In early 90s, he wrote film reviews for various newspapers (Vjesnik, Studio, Panorama) and after that he worked as first assistant director on Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT), where he assisted in the making of music documentaries. He had directed seventy music videos by the end of the 90s. Between 1997 and 1999, he directed three documentaries (“22:04”, “A plus”, “Young Talents”) for HRT’s classical music department. He started directing commercials at the end of 2000 and he has made around 80 of them to date. In 2012, he has written and directed 15 episodes of sitcom “Sunday Morning, Saturday Evening”. In 2013 he directed his first short fiction film "Teleport Zovko" and in 2019 his feature film debut "Last Serb in Croatia".

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