AGI AND EMMA

AGI I EMA

By Milutin PETROVIC

ART & POPCORN - as PROD

Children's - Completed 2007


    • Year of production
    • 2007
    • Genres
    • Children's
    • Countries
    • SERBIA
    • Languages
    • SERBIAN
    • Budget
    • 0.6 - 1 M$
    • Duration
    • 87 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Milutin PETROVIC
    • Writer(s)
    • Igor KOLAROV, Milutin PETROVIC
    • Producer(s)
    • Miroslav MOGOROVIC (Art & Popcorn), Predrag BAMBIC (Montage), Miroslav STANIC (MagicBox)
    • Synopsis
    • Agi is a nine years old boy who is very lonely because his parents almost never have time for him. His family often moves, so Agi do not have possibility to spend some time in one place, make friends and learn social behaviour.
      His mother and father are very busy and fully involved into the hectic contemporary living. Agi is on his own all the time, sometimes he sees his parents only on photos. But, his life changes... After one moving in new neighbourhood, Agi meets Emma who lives next to them in a broken house. Emma is very joyful and curious old women that approaches Agi with open heart and gives him what he needs most in that moment, absolute friendship. On very creative and subtle way, she takes out Agi from his lonely world in which he has been pushed without his weal almost violently pushed in. Grownups do not notice them, they mock up with them, but they both passionately and joyfully live their life in which what matters is human that is more important then any system and rules, and love is more important then endless job, career and new car. Thinking and talking about one sleeping chicken worth more then expensive toys bought as an alibi for the absence of the parents and their absence of the weal to spend time with their own kid. Agi and Emma, as they are fixing Emma’s broken house, which Agi named Magic Castle, they are also fixing and building that what is so closed to be demolished, and that is humanity, in the world wowed with glitter and indifference.
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