TRAIN DRIVER'S DIARY (DNEVNIK MASINOVODJE) by Miloš Radović
TRAIN DRIVER’S DIARY (DNEVNIK MASINOVODJE) by Miloš Radović

The Serbian Academy of Film Arts and Science has selected TRAIN DRIVER’S DIARY (DNEVNIK MASINOVODJE) by Miloš Radović as Serbia’s entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th Academy Awards.

Train Driver’s Diary starring Lazar Ristovski, Petar Korac, Pavle Eric, Mirjana Karanovic, Jasna Đuričic, Mladen Nelevic, Nina Jankovic, Danica Ristovski, Haris Burina, and Tihomir Stanic, had its world premiere at the 2016 Moscow International Film Festival in Russia.

Statistics say that during his professional career every train driver unintentionally kills 15 to 20 people. Ilija is a 60-year-old train driver, close to retiring. He holds the infamous record of 28 kills committed during his career. Ilija’s 19-year-old adopted son Sima follows in his father’s footsteps. He’s terrified, unwilling to become a killer. But days go by and there are no accidents, and Ilija, anxious his son is not going to become a proper driver, takes matters in his own hands.

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