A husband and wife set sail across the ocean, leaving their two children to explore the freedom of being home alone. The boat goes under, and so does the family. A dog, stuck on a desert island, is their only hope.
- Best Artistic Contribution - Tokyo IFF
- FIPRESCI Award - Ljubljana IFF
- Best Feature Live-Action or Animated Film - Finále Plzeň
- Best Screenplay - Festival of Slovenian Film
- Karel Roden
- Vanda Hybnerová
- Martin Pechlát
- Jenovéfa Boková
- Olmo Omerzum
- Nebojša Pop-Tasić
- Lukáš Milota
- Janka Vlčková
- ROUGE INTERNATIONAL
Don't be fooled by the banal title - there's a great deal of interest beneath the pastel hues and fine furnishings.
The stories themselves always stem from reality.
Born on 24 November 1984 in Ljubljana. From 2001-2003 he was the editor of the internationally acclaimed comic magazine Stripburger. In 2004 he published his own first comic. In the same year he began studying Film Direction at Prague Film School, graduating in 2011. A NIGHT TOO YOUNG is his first feature length film following numerous shorts. FAMILY FILM is his sophomore feature.