Directed by Robert Orhel
An accidental shot links the destinies of two young women – Anita, a detective who is great at her job and getting along pretty well in her private life, and Petra, a young girl whose everyday life would be much easier if she didn’t have to take care of her alcoholic mother. An investigation of an accidental shot intertwines their destinies in the moment when both of them find out that they are pregnant. Found at important turning points, both of them in their own worlds and equally left to their own resources, the two women step by step become close during the investigation.
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Robert Orhel was born in 1975. He has graduated in film and TV directing from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. He is a member of the Croatian Film and TV Directors Guild. He has directed numerous documentaries Amateur Filmmaker, Brazil, Brazil, Direct, Time Witnesses, a number of episodes of TV series Mamutica, Good Intentions and Theatre in the House and short films Fly, Fly (2003), the award-winning Sunny Side of Saturday (1999) and At 4 o’clock (1996). He has also made award-winning commercials and music videos. For his work, he has received the Oktavijan critics’ award three times. He works as a docent at the Film and TV Directing Department at the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Art. He wrote and directed his debut feature film One Shot.
Writer: Robert Orhel
Producer: Ankica Juric Tilic, Hrvoje Pervan, Goran Radman
Music: Daniel Biffel
Cinematographer: Stanko Herceg
Editor: Ivana Fumic