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Evening

Slovenia, 1999 (MIFF 2000, Fiction)

Director: Natasa Prosenc

The harsh reality of loneliness is hidden under the routine of daily life. A single woman living in a perfectly furnished flat fantasizes about living with her boyfriend. Her fantasies turn into illusions which are in turn shattered by the reality of routine. The only resolution to the cycle is a confrontation with herself, and her truth.

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