Serbian film‘”The Whirlpool” Has Appealing message Against Current Burning Problem Of violence :44TH IFFI

Serbian film ‘”The Whirlpool” gives the message that through violence you will never get any thing good.
Director Bojan Vuk Kosovcevic entered 44Th, I F F I With This Massage Of Non Violence .
During a media interaction, ‘Meet the Director’ at the 44th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Panjim, Goa , Serbian Film Director Kosovcevic said, Indian films are liked by Serbian people for their artistic appeal.
The debut feature film director said that ‘The Whirlpool’, is set in the second half of the 1990s in Belgrade against the backdrop of disintegration of Yugoslavia and its socio-economic impact on Serbia. He said that social extremes were apparent everywhere in Serbia especially among the youth during the collapse of Serbia.
He said that due to war, inflation, physical isolation and sanctions, Serbia was becoming a kind of closed society, which was most visible in Serbia’s capital, Belgrade. He said, his film ‘The Whirlpool’ is about this isolated environment, where the young begun to create their own worlds. It is seen from the perspectives of those youth who were becoming adults, and about their efforts to find themselves getting sucked into a chaotic whirlpool of violence.
He said that though his country is rich in terms of infrastructure and marketing of films, still people are not going to theatres because of television and advent of internet. He said that collaboration between countries is the solution to this problem.
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Appe The Director of the Serbian Film ‘The Whirlpool’ Mr. Bojan Vukkosovcevic interacting with the Media, at the 44th India International Film Festival of India (IFFI-2013), in Panaji, Goa on November 28, 2013.