Kiem Holijanda

Sarah Veltmeyer Short film - 2017 - 14 min.

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Short drama about two Kosovar brothers who try to scrape a living by selling milk. The elder one has set his mind to the more favourable Netherlands, the younger one to a smartphone.

Short drama about the two brothers Andi (13) and Florist (20), who live in a poor and deserted village in Kosovo. By selling milk, they earn barely enough to support their family. After work, Andi mainly hangs around and dreams of a mobile phone, because it will enable him to watch the free five randy minutes promised by a Kim Holland commercial. Florist yearns for Holland as well, or better put: for the Netherlands, as he is nourishing plans to bid farewell to his family.


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