Archive of films Endless Tail / Beskrajni rep
A boy and girl wandering alone through lush terrain undergo a journey to real and imagined landscapes. This cinematic diptych by Croatian director Željka Suková is a playful allegory with an original approach to sound.
A boy and girl wander alone through lush terrain looking for something. The moment they find a mysterious gate amid the dense shrubbery, they gain the ability to travel to both real and unearthly landscapes. More and more, a childlike imagination and the conflict between the profane and the sacred begin to permeate their behavior. In her new film, original Croatian artist Željka Suková employs a specific artistic sensibility based on improvisation, found-footage collage, inventive and symbolic play with sounds, and an extemporaneously guided and inflexible story in order to shape a playful allegory about the desire to return to paradise.
About the director
Željka Suková (b. 1977, Rijeka, Croatia, Yugoslavia). Selected filmography: Marija’s Own (Marijine, 2011), Winter/Miracle (Zimsko čudo, 2012), Endless Tail (Beskrajni rep, 2018)
About the film
|Dir. of Photography:||Aleš Suk|
|Cast:||Julie Suková, Kašpar Suk|
Film Director, Producer