Tuesday, September 27th at 20:30, Cinema Massimo, Screen 1

Job Film Days 2022 – Opening movie

The inauguration of Job Film Days’ third edition will take place on Tuesday, September 27th at 20:30 at Cinema Massimo’s Screen 1, with the screening of the opening movie Working class heroes by Milos Pusic. The screening will be preceded by a reading by Elena Canone (actress and voice actress) and institutional greetings that will officially open the 2022 edition of the Festival.
Admission methods : admission is reserved to guest. There will be nonetheless a number of tickets available online and at the movie theater’s ticket office.


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Director: Milos Pusic
Script: Dusan Spasojevic, Ivan Knezevic, Milos Pusic
Photography: Aleksandar Ramadanovic
Editing: Ivan Knezevic, Milos Pusic
Starring: Jasna Duricic, Boris Isakovic, Predrag Momcilovic, Stefan Beronja, Aleksandar Durica, Bojana Milanovic, Ervin Hadzimurtezic, Mihajlo Pleskonjic, Filip Duric, Pedra Marjanovic, Marko Vasiljevic, Radoslav Vojnovic
Producer: Milos Pusic
Production: Altertise

In Novi Sad, in Serbia, a group of construction workers works on completing a building in a climate of illegality and corruption. The six men have no legal protections. The foreman acts as an intermediary with the investors. Lidija and Miki manage the construction company, but the woman’s behavior, initially detached, slowly turns into solidarity with the workers. Until the liberatory finale where drama meets black comedy.

Milos Pusic was born in Senta, Serbia (1980). He made his debut with the short film Lullaby for a Boy, presented in numerous festivals around the world; he made his first feature film Autumn in My Street and subsequently he directed Withering (2013). Working Class Heroes, presented at the Berlinale, is Milos Pusic’s third feature film.

Filmography : Uspavanka za decaka ( Lullaby for a Boy , 2007, sf), Jesen u mojoj ulici ( Autumn in My Street , 2009), Odumiranje ( Withering , 2013), Heroji radnicke klase ( Working Class Heroes , 2022, doc)