An elderly lady goes from Germany to Eastern Europe to find and visit the house of her childhood.
Meanwhile, two deported boys, now back in Serbia, are trying to survive in totally different living conditions.
They claim that they can help her find this house.



Original format: 35 mm Color/CinemaScope
Language: German, English, Serbian
Duration: 19 minutes/1 reel (580 m)
Date of release: January 2011
Screenplay: Felix Wernitz and Nenad Mikalački
Directed by: Nenad Mikalački
Costumes: Hella Torsiep and Marina Sremac
DP: Tudor Mircea
Producers: Felix Wernitz and Nenad Mikalački
Production design: Željko Piškorić
Make/up and SFX: Nina Simone and Marcela Barreto
Sound: Cristian Bornkessel
Story board: Igor Stević
Editing: Andreas Schultz
Original music:  Sebastian Fisher
Main roles:
Elisabeth – Angelika Bender
Driton- Burak Yigit
Niko- Darko Ninić
(Co)  Produced by:
Wia Distelberg (Germany)
Druid (Serbia)
Target film (Germany)
Financed by:
Robert Bosch stiftung (Germany)
Bayerishe Rundfunk (Germany)
Film centre of Serbia (Serbia)
Regional secretariat for culture of Province of Vojvodina (Serbia)
Broadcasted on:
Bayerishe Rundfunk
Ag kurzfilm agentur/Dresden/Germany
Robert Bosch stiftung co/production prize for short fiction  2009;
Huesca Internacional Film Festival/ Francisko Garcia de Paso award (2012/ Spain);
Balkan Snapshots / short fiction film award (2013 / Netherlands);
SEE film festival / special award  (2013 / France);  
Nomination  for best short German short film 2012; 
Nomination for best Serbian short film 2013                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
Trieste film festival (Italy);
Fribourg int. Film festival (Switzerland);
Belgrade festival of documentary and short film(Serbia);
Motovun film festival (Croatia);
Int. film festival in Drama (Greece);
Adana golden boll film festival (Turkey);
Brno 16  (Check Republic):
Molodist film festival (Ukraine):
Ex-ground (Germany);
CineEast (Luxembourg);