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25.08. :0

“A Two Way Mirror” is the author’s personal quest for inner peace, taking place in the Croatian region of Lika, the remote land of her ancestors. There are many tunnels in Lika, and after each dark tunnel, filled with secrets, fear, darkness - all shown in organic, experimental images - a new season of the year awakens. The images of land, the people observed, a well of sounds heard and the guiding voice-over, complete the experience. While the director films amazingly magnetic and gruesomely cruel scenes of Lika, Lika forms an outline of her own self as she revisits experiences of her ancestors and her own experiences in a search for the key to accept her epi-lepsy and overcome the loss of four pregnancies and love.

Katarina Zrinka Matijević was born in Zagreb in 1973. She obtained a degree in Film and TV Directing at the Academy of Dramatic Art in 2002, and holds a degree in Philosophy and Comparative Literature from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. To date she has directed and writt...
Festivals where it was shown:
  • 2016. - 12th ZagrebDox (Zagreb, Croatia)
  • 2016. - 25th Croatian Film Days (Zagreb, Croatia)
  • 2016. - 22nd Sarajevo Film Festival ( Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Awards and recongitions
  • 25th Croatian Film Days- „Oktavijan“ for best Croatian documentary film