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It is a full moon and the wife of police inspector Hamza enters labour. But due to staff shortage, Hamza is forced to work the night shift. To make things worse, folk beliefs about the power of the full moon seem to be coming true. A whole range of characters will pass through the station which reflect the absurdity and tragedy of life in Sarajevo and the world with a thin line between criminals and cops. Also, a mysterious boy, Tarik, mischievously wanders the halls and causes different temptations for Hamza. At one point Hamza is forced to choose — neglect his duty or become part of the corrupt system? The film won the award for best actor and the prize of the ecumenical jury at Cottbus.
Nermin Hamzagić (1986, Bosnia and Herzegovina) graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo, where he works as an assistant professor. In addition to short films and documentaries, he has also realised theatre projects. Full Moon is his feature film debut. Short films: Dreamers (2009), Soul Train (2015), Damaged Goods (2015), Interview (2017), The Rope (2018).