Come Along (2016)
In search of the best photo for the school competition, four teenagers head to remote hills where the competition for awards turns into a struggle for survival. Manc, who leads the group, has been accused of stealing a phone and consequently might be expelled from school. Schoolmates Mina, Oto and Spurc join him on this trip. Mina, a spoiled, stubborn city girl, breaks first in this foreign environment, but luckily Oto is there for her. He’s a rational boy who is in love with her. With them into this pristine wilderness has also come Spurc, who has been golden-spoon-fed all his life; he turns into a cowardish spoiled-child. In the end, Manc is the one who safely guides them back home.
|Subtitle||English, simul. translation cz|
|Directed by||Igor Šterk|
|Director of Photography||Milos Srdić|
|Music||Jura Ferina, Pavao Miholjević|
|Edited by||Petar Marković|
A Slovenian screenwriter and director, he graduated from the Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television in Ljubljana. During his studies he won interest with the documentary Postcard (Razglednice, 1989). He made his feature debut with the award-winning film Gone with the Train (Ekspres, Ekspres, 1996), and also found success with the dramas Tuning (Uglasevanije, 2005) and 9:06 (2009).