Labina Mitevska
(in the role of Sanja K.)

Born in 1975 in Skopje (Macedonia) to a family of artists, she has worked in the theatre since childhood, where she also acted in many films produced by Vardar Films. In 1993 she played the role of Zamira in Milcho Manchevsi’s film “Prima della Pioggia” (Before the Rain – winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 1994). She left the cinema to pursue her studies at the University of Arizona in Tucson. She made her comeback to the cinema with two films by Michael Winterbottom: “Welcome Sarajevo” (1997) and “I Want You” (1998). She starred in “Loners” (1999) by David Ondricek, “Weg!” (2001) by Michael Baumann, and “The Secret Book” (2003) by Vlado Cvetanovski. In 2003 she founded the production company “Mitevski Brother and Sisters” and produced and acted in the film “How I Killed a Saint” directed by her sister Teona.

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Vincent Riotta
(in the role of Anselmo Lorenzi)

Born in 1959 in Great Britain to a family of Italian origins, he studied at the Royal Academy in London. He has appeared in various theatre productions in Britain and America, and has worked extensively in films and television fiction. He won the best actor award at the Barcelona Film Festival (2000) for “The Little Worm”, and starred in the film “Bella Bettien” (2002) by Hans Pon. Recently, he has had a role in “Heaven” by Tom Tyker and “Under the Tuscan Sun” by Audrey Wells.
In 2004 he starred with Licia Maglietta in Susanna Tamaro’s film “Nel mio amore” (In My Love).

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Zan Marolt
(in the role of Aldo- Jako)

Born in Sarajevo in 1964, he graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art in 1989. A permanent member of Sarajevo’s Chamber Theatre 55, he has worked extensively in theatre both in Europe and the USA. He won the award as best young European actor at the Festival D’Angers in France in 1997 for his role in the film “Elvis” by Jean Christian Boucart and Alain Duplantier. He has appeared in important roles in many films and television fiction programs. He starred in “Milky Way” (2000) by Faruk Sokolovic and “Don’t Let Me Alone” (2001) by A. Jevdevic.


Fabrizio Rongione
(in the role of Maxime)

Born to Italian parents in Belgium in 1973.
In 1999 he co-starred in the film “Rosetta” by Luc and Jean Dardenne (winner of the Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival in 1999). In 2001 he played the leading role in “Terzo Atto” (Third Act) by Francesca Comencini. In 2002 he played the leading role in Alain Decaux’s theatrical play, “Bonaparte”, directed by Robert Hossein.
In 2004 he worked in the film “Ne fais pas c‡” by Luc Bondy, with Nicole Garcia and Natasha Regnier.

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