Premiere of the film “The Man Who Defended Gavrilo Princip” by Srđan Koljević will be held in the multiplex “Dolly Bell”
The historical drama “The Man Who Defended Gavrilo Princip“, in which writer and director, Srdjan Koljević, with factography, original recordings, film fiction and emotions is talking about members of “Mlada Bosna”, their ideals and about the young lawyer, Rudolf Zistler, who honorably defended them, will be presented on Friday, 05th December 2014, at 8 pm, at the multiplex “Dolly Bell” in Andrićgrad.
The story of the film begins in October 1914, the political-judicial process of the Austro-Hungarian authorities against Gavrilo Princip and the members of “Mlada Bosna” who were accused for high treason, and they were arrested after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. At that time when the First World War was thriving, young lawyer Austrian-born, Rudolf Zistler, was chosen ex officio to defend members of “Mlada Bosna”, touched by their idealism and belief he manages that by the legal side overthrew the indictment. Although Princip and members of “Mlada Bosna” had been convicted before the judicial process even started. His defense has entered the world’s legal textbooks and to this day remains a universal moral model …
Scriptwriter and director, Srdjan Koljević, for his movie says that it is important to tell a positive story about a model of morality, courage and firmness, painted in the form of Rudolf Zistler, because such examples are rare, and because they lack today more than ever.
In the film are acting our renowned actors: Nikola Rakočević, Nebojša Glogovac, Vuk Kostić, Boris Isaković, Dragan Petrović-Pele, Ljubomir Bandović, Branislav Lečić, Rale Milenković, Irfan Mensur, Bane Tomašević, and a whole new generation of actors’ names: Milan Marić, Miloš Đurović, Vaja Dujović, Vučić Perović, Marko Grabež, Marko Pavlović …
Producer is Zoran Janković, director of photography Goran Volarević, costume designer Boris Čakširan, set designer Zoran Petrov, editor Peter Putniković, artistic director Slobodan Terzić, masker Marinela Spasenović, and for the music was hired Biljana Krstić.