‘Borders, Raindrops’ is a film about love, maturity, and hope, growing in a barren and abandoned landscape. The film is divided in two parts, with the protagonist, a young woman – Jagoda – connecting them as a ghostly presence, bringing hope and reconciliation within the two narratives. She is a student visiting family in the summer, living in the declining villages of former Yugoslavia, overlooking the Adriatic coast. In the first story she bonds with a cousin in his mid-thirties, who is building a house in the village, but has no one to marry and live with him. In the second, she helps a teenage cousin understand that his nation is no better than others, and that they all have to learn to live together on the recently established borders.
Cast: Kristina Stevović, Vahidin Prelić, Robert Budak, Dubravka Drakić, Željko Milošević, Marta Pićurić, Momo Pićurić, Stanislava Adžović, Dušica Bijelić, Momo Brkić, Vejo Kasalica, Nedjeljko Milović, Ugo Rabec
Crew: Nikola Mijović (Director), Nikola Mijović (Writer), Vlastimir Sudar (Director), Vlastimir Sudar (Writer)