Aga’s House

Four women, as different as they are the same, have been living in a refugee home for a long time after the Kosovo War. Their life seems peaceful, ordinary, although beyond the laughter hides a great drama. Women talk and confer with each other, laugh and argue at the same time. Their laughter is interrupted by the presence of a Croatian woman, who speaks Serbian and is therefore looked down upon, who is the connecting point with the past and future of Aga, the 9-year-old boy who will learn Serbian to find his father, lost in war




107 minutes


Lendita Zeqiraj

The cinema is trying to overcome a serious crisis …
This time a global crisis …
This is not the first cinema crisis …
It is not even its first global crisis …

But in contrast to its previous crises – outside it or partially inside it, this
crisis threatened and still threatens the motive of the existence of cinema
in modern times …,
the desire to consume the film together…

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