So Hot Was The Cannon
Filmfest 2015

German Age Rating

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During the siege of Sarajevo in 1994 a grenade fired from a nearby hill kills the parents of a ten year old boy. The boy loses his ability to speak. A neighbor lady adopts him and takes care of him. The boy is thrown out of his destroyed apartment, and he begins to prowl around the city with a schoolmate. Too early and too soon, he goes through the process of growing up. He learns the meaning of words such as force, death, sex. He learns how to achieve. He learns about the values. He learns what matters the most. The neighbor lady unsuccessfully tries to protect him, and the boy rushes to his own destruction. Death and suffering have become his everyday company.
Soul Food Distribution

tags: Youth/Coming of Age, War, Human Rights, Feature film, Grief/Trauma

Cast: Stanislav Ručnov, Anita Mančić, Muhamed Dupovac, Mugdin Avdagić, Kenan Musić


Screenplay: Slobodan Skerlić

Original Material: Vladimir Kecmanovic

Director of Photography: Dušan Joksimović

Film Editor: Đorđe Marković

Production Designer: Kiril Spaseski

Costume Design: Tatjana Radisic

Sound: Novica Jankov

Producer: Tihomir Stanić

Production Company: Drina Film

World Sales: Soul Food Distribution

Director: Slobodan Skerlić