by Rok Biček
Two best friends spend an afternoon on a football field, dreaming of making it onto the local team. However, dreams come with a price: when a group of older boys interrupt their game, one of them sees it as an opportunity to prove himself, while the other one senses something more sinister is at play.
Rok Biček (1985). Class Enemy, his feature debut, won the Fedeora Award at the Venice Critics’ Week (2013), while the documentary The Family won the Grand Prix at the Locarno Critics’ Week (2017). Rok is now working on the film adaptation of the bestseller novel Dark Mother Earth.
Locarno Film Festival, Leopard of Tomorrow: Auteur's short competition, 2021
Rok Biček, Kristian Novak
Danijel Pek, Katarina Prpić, Rok Biček
director of photography
Rok Biček, Ana Štulina
Ana Savić Gecan
key make-up artist
Mojca Gorogranc Petrushevska
Gabrijel Dolenec, David Ivanović, Karlo Žganec, David Šafarić, Jakov Feher, Simon Herperger, Radovan Kočila
Cvinger film, Zwinger film
Slovenian Film Centre, Croatian Audiovisual Centre