Dreamers (film)

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Dreamers
Directed by Nermin Hamzagić
Produced by Haris Pašović
East West Theatre Company
Screenplay by Nermin Hamzagić
Starring Samir Karić
Amir Muminović
Release date
  • 22 September 2009 (2009-09-22)
Running time
30 minutes
Country Bosnia and Herzegovina
Language Bosnian

Dreamers is a Bosnian short documentary film produced by the East West Theatre Company and directed by Nermin Hamzagic.[1] The film follows the story of Samir Karić and Amir Muminović, young hip-hop artists from the village of Hajvazi, near the north-eastern Bosnian town of Kalesija.[2] The mayor's son gave the hip-hop duo a bad beating because of their song which criticized municipal authorities. A newspaper report on the incident intrigues East West Theatre Company, a theatre and film production company from Sarajevo. Shortly after the incident, Samir and Amir become part of the cast of Class Enemy a play about disenfranchised youth in a violent secondary school in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Samir and Amir eventually end up touring the world with the East West Theatre Company's production. The film Dreamers is devised as a road movie.[3]

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