A young woman who is a part of the Croatian diaspora in New York is about to inherit the family construction business. However, during the inauguration celebrations, she witnesses the deceitful actions of her family’s patriarchal figures. Stane disrupts the party to make a stand.
Having won the Caméra d’Or at Cannes for best first feature in 2021, Croatian filmmaker Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović returns with a vivid short story about expatriate community and family betrayal. Come the defiantly explosive finale, being an undutiful daughter is a boisterous, rousing thrill.
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