Production year: 1968
Duration: 89 minuta
After divorcing each other, two parents have remarried. Their older son, teenaged Zoran, lives with his father, whose new young, attractive wife has just had a daughter, Ðurica. Their younger son, ten-year-old Ðuro, stayed with his mother, now married to a flute player and raising a new son, Draško. Every Sunday, Zoran goes to lunch to his mother’s family, while Ðuro visits his father’s new family. The two sons connect the two families, and Ðuro soon discovers that the families still share many things…
Davor Radolfi (Ðuro), Mia Oremović (first mom), Relja Bašić (first dad), Fabijan Šovagović (second dad), Vera Čulić (second mom), Tomica Žganec (Draško), Igor Galo (Zoran), Matea Bogdanović, Zlatko Kauzlarić-Atač
Country of production:
Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (Socialist Republic of Croatia)
Mirjam Tušek, Krešo Golik (based on the novel with the same title by Mirjam Tušek)
I Have Two Mothers and Two Fathers is one of the peaks of director Krešo Golik’s career. The film’s outstanding narrative elements, dramatic inventiveness, persuasiveness, contrapuntal use of humor and drama, playful design, and great actors make it a masterpiece that simultaneously enchants the masses and impresses the professionals.
Awards: Pula 1968 - Great Bronze Arena for the best actress (Mia Oremović) and photography (ex equo)
Screening permit: July 19, 1968
Note: Filmography of Yugoslav film from 1966-1970 cites also the Film work association as a production house
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