In the 2017 edition of the Illinois Independent Film Festival, which ended last night in Chicago, Kosovar film, “Agnus Dei” directed by Agim Sopi, has won the award for the best director.
This drama reveals the fate of the character named Petrit, who leads a desperate life with his mother, Maria and her husband, Stojan, in a Serb village.
Petri was born in Kosovo from a “forbidden love” between his mother, Maria, and his Albanian father, Din.
This is the time when relations between Serbs and Albanians are hostile, just before the war. /balkaneu.com/