Chris is a young police recruit with a special forces unit where the working atmosphere is rife with male rivalry, testosterone and peer pressure. On one of his first missions he shoots an aggressive man and is immediately celebrated as a hero. But the more his colleagues pat him on the back and protect him, the more he harbors doubts about whether he did the right thing. The very act of questioning the pact of brotherhood takes him down a dark and dangerous path.
The Accidental Rebel
The Accidental Rebel is a tense drama about a young musician who flees the Syrian civil war to attend university in Germany. Soon, though, his idyllic life is shattered by the news that his rebellious older brother has been captured by the army, and he leaves his German best friend and pregnant Icelandic wife to sneak into Syria ‘for a few days’ to try to rescue his brother. But nothing goes according to plan, and the conflict he sought to escape threatens to destroy not only him, but everyone he loves.
The Accidental Rebel
The band “The Electrifiers” won the 1984 Best New Artist Award for their smash hit which no one remembers and has been stuck in traffic on the fast track to international stardom ever since. 30 years later, the band members, continue to drag themselves between gigs at nursing houses and cheap B&B’S. The lead singer, Mickey Tevel, a once charismatic showman, is still leading the life of a 20-year-old rocker: dreaming of making it big while living hand to mouth out of the band’s van, conveniently parked in his ex-wife’s garage. Mickey won’t stop messing up and letting all his band members down, as well as his teenage daughter, but just as everyone is about to become completely fed up with him, a surprising, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity presents itself, which could deliver the band’s long awaited comeback, and propel them straight to the top.
When his gambling addiction blows up his life on every front, low-tier professional footballer Jermaine tries to escape, making one bad choice after another. As he descends deeper and deeper into catacombs of his own creation, he ultimately faces a choice that is as unthinkable as it seems inevitable.
Ten years after the war in Kosovo: 10-year-old Nenad lives together with his father and his sick grandfather in a small Serbian enclave. Besides them, an Orthodox priest and a 30-year-old teacher are the only Serbs in the community. Every day, Nenad is driven by a claustrophobic KFOR military vehicle from his father’s farm to school, where he is now the only student. His great desire to play with other children seems unattainable. Again and again, he sees two boys his age through the slots of the armored vehicle. And he encounters the 13-year-old Albanian shepherd boy Bashkim, who lost his father in the war and hates the Serbs.
|Vojislav Arsic||Nebojsa Glogovac|
|Milica Arsic||Anica Dobra|
|Father Draza||Miodrag Krivokapic|
|Music||Eleni Karaindrou, Irena Popovic|
|Executive Producer||Miroslav Mogorovic, Nico Hain|
|Production Company||Sein+Hain Film|