Kosova, 2017, 26 min
The real life story of a blind woman with no home, living her four sister's pact of keeping her at their respective residences for a month each.
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Zgjim Terziqi born on June 25th 1990 in Mitrovica, when Zgjim was 8 years old, he and his family had to flee Kosovo, because their house was burned down during the war. After the war was finished, they didn’t have where do go. Their family of 5 would live for another 3 years in a one-room apartment, which his uncle rented them for free. His mother and father, a plastic surgeon and an electrical engineer, would work day and night to raise the necessary funds for a new home, which they eventually did.
Best Eastern European Film at the 41st Grenzlant Filmtage in Selb. Remi winner at 51st ANNUAL WORLDFEST-HOUSTON. Best Directing at 51st ANNUAL WORLDFEST-HOUSTON. WORLD PREMIERE at the 39th Cairo International Film Festival (FIAPF A - listed Film Festival). 42nd Atlanta Film Festival (Oscar Qualifier). 35th Busan International Short Film Festival (Oscar Qualifier). 21st Brussels Short Film Festival (Oscar Qualifier). 37th Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival. 16th Rome Independent Film Festival. 16th Dhaka International Film Festival.