|Directed by||Caleb Burdeau|
|Produced by||Amanda Roelle
Robert CarterCain Burdeau
|Written by||Caleb Burdeau|
|Starring||Moamer Kasumović Marcello Prayer|
Bosnia & HerzegovinaU.S.A.
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Nasumice (Adrift) is a 2018 feature drama film written and directed by Caleb Burdeau. The world premiere took place at the 2018 Sarajevo film Festival as part of the official selection. The film went on to win "Best Feature Film" at the 2019 Tripoli Film Festival in Lebanon and participated in numerous festivals around the world.
Italy, 1994. The war in the Balkans drags on with no end in sight. Elvis, a young man from Sarajevo, is taking pictures of tourists with his Polaroid camera to get by. After his camera is stolen, Elvis decides to visit Rodolfo, a stranger met by chance in Venice. Their brief and lonely encounter unfolds in the timeless landscape of whitewashed towns, green hills and olive trees of southern Italy.
- Moamer Kasumović
- Marcello Prayer
- Angela Pepe
- Franccesco Zizzi
- Tonino Zizzi
- Istituto Luce Cinecittà"Italian films at Sarajevo film festival".
- Alquds "Adrift" by Caleb Burdeau wins at the Tripoli Film Festival]
- Tehran Times"Adrift wins Best Feature at Tripoli Film Festival".
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