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The Wire


In many languages, to see means to understand. As in seeing that humanity begins where the obsession with comfot ends. In Wire, artists from various forms identify with refugees. They also want their audience to open their eyes, to throw out fear and begin seeing!

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Authors statement

The Wire (original title Žica)  is inspired by the refugee crisis  that has been going on for a long time. Young people in Europe are not too interested in this problem of our society.
I made this movie so that with a little bit of luck I could get the attention of all of us to the fact that there is a lot of people who are going throug much bigger problems than us and that they are not somewhere far away but mixed up with us, and that we could easily end up in a situation similar to theirs.

In this movie Larisa Venediktova, a famous Ukrainian dancer is one of the most important  roles, as she guides us through the story. The film also features her daughter Ksusha Venediktova as a mathematician, conceptual artist Nenad Bračić, composer Tatjana Gerdec, Miroslav Šarbanović musician, also a part of the Serbian roman minority, and me, Milica Spasojevic as a singer.


Directed by: 
Milica Spasojevic
Writing credits: 
Milica Spasojevic
Larisa Venediktova, Ksusha Venediktova, Nenad Bracic, Tatjana Gerdec, Miroslav Sarbanovic, Milica Spasojevic
Produced by: 
Milos Spasojevic, Vladislava Vojnovic
Music by: 
Tatjana Gerdec
Cinematography by: 
Milos Spasojevic, Zoran Culic
Film Editing by: 
Marija Kovacina
Release Date: 
Thursday, April 21, 2016
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