reż|dir Daria Lipko | PL | 2015 | 53 min
prod|pro Piotr Dzięcioł, Łucja Kędzior-Samodulska, Renata Słoń zdj|ph Dariusz Jarzyna mon|ed Wojciech Słota dys|dis TVN
The film outlines the fortunes of Senadin Ljubovic, a Bosnian Muslim, who has worked for 40 years as a neuropsychiatrist in Sarajevo. Trauma-struck Yugoslavia was inhabited by both victims and war criminals with whom Ljubovic had contact as a doctor. Thus, throughout many years of practise, he became acquainted with the darkest recesses of human psyche. Creating a portrait of the psychiatrist and his patients, Lipko invites the audience to reflect on the mechanisms regulating human behavior at pivotal times.