Noć poslije smrti film

Production year: 1983

Duration: 84 minute

Technique: 16mm standard transferred to 35mm, color


Ivanda, Branko

Production house:
Radiotelevizija Zagreb

Novak Dragutin

In the beginning of the 20th century somewhere in North Croatia, a young nobleman Lucijo’s wife dies. Her last words were - Death does not have to be a farewell. Devastated, Lucijo feverishly researches spiritual literature. Soon, his wife’s ghost starts appearing and Lucijo tries to convince other people that his wife has indeed come back from the dead. Of course, nobody believes him until Lucijo’s cousin arrives from Zagreb.

Milena Dravić (Jelena), Rade Šerbedžija (Lucijo), Sven Lasta, Kruno Valentić, etc.

Country of production:
Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (Socialist Republic of Croatia)

Zora Dirnbach (based on Ksaver Šandor Gjalski’s story)

Music by:

Edited by:
Živka Toplak

Set designer:
Željko Senečić

Costume designer:

This is actually the TV film Nocturno 1974, which was transferred to 35mm tape and distributed in film theatres under the title Noć poslije smrti in 1983. Some critics liked it even though the film’s play with fantastic motifs is often times quite pretentious. The film’s strong cast is undoubtedly its best feature.

Screening permit: from April 14, 1983

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