Catalina comes from Colombia and studies law in France where she has just been denied the right to prolong her stay. Following the advice of one of her professors, the girl decides to go to Sarajevo and try to get access to the materials of the International Criminal Court of Justice for the Former Yugoslavia. The data collected can help her in writing an interesting piece of paper, which would in turn enable her to stay at the University in France. On site, Catalina quickly realises that her plan has not worked out as she has not received a permission for access to the archives. The interpreter of the mission, Nada, gives a hand to Catalina and persuades her to stay in Sarajevo. Friendship arises between the women.
The film is a full length debut of the director.
written by Denijal Hasanović
director of photography Bogumił Godfrejów music Darko Marković
production design Sanda Popovac
costume design Sanja Džeba
make-up Snježana Gorup
sound Joanna Napieralska
edited by Stefan Stabenow
cast Andrea Otalvaro, Lana Barić, Andrzej Chyra, Mirjana Karanović, Mediha Musliović, Ivo Gregurević
production Skorpion Arte
producer Krzysztof Grędziński
co-produced by SCCA/pro.ba, Focus Media, Telewizja Polska, Studio Produkcyjne Orka, Sound Domain, Pałac Zielona i Tawerna Portowa, Alvernia Studios
co-producers Amra Bakšić Čamo, Adis Đapo, Irena Marković, Denijal Hasanović, Jacek Kulczycki, Magdalena Zimecka, Michał Żarnecki, Joanna Napieralska, Stanisław Tyczyński
production managers Amira Lekić, Anna Zajączkowska, Joanna Tatko, Katarzyna Lach, Jędrzej Dziedzic
co-financed by Polish Film Institute, Eurimages, Croatian Audiovisual Centre, Fondacija Za Kinematografiju Sarajevo