A young woman who has just moved into a new flat pays a courtesy visit to her pregnant neighbour. Two women chat over the coffee, but things get heavy and complicated when the pregnant woman implores the other one to stay with her for a while because she feels lonely.
Zvonimir Jurić (1971) graduated in film and TV directing from the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Art in 1999. He wrote and directed the feature film The One Who Will Stay Unnoticed (2003), one segment of the Sex, Booze and Short Fuse omnibus (2005), and several acclaimed documentaries. His fiction short Yellow Moon (2009), a segment of the Zagreb Stories omnibus, was selected for the prestigious Berlinale Shorts Programme in 2010. Together with Goran Devčić, he co-wrote and co-directed the feature film The Blacks (2009), which won them the Golden Arena for Best Director at the 56th Pula Film Festival and was the official Croatian submission for the Academy Awards nominations for Best Foreign Language Film.