PRAVI ČLOVEK ZA KAPITALIZEM
Dušan Moravec / Friendly production / 2014 / 53 min
KINO UDARNIK / nedelja /31.8.2014 / 3:00 am (nočna projekcija)
Dokumentarni film Pravi človek za kapitalizem prikazuje zgodbo o Damirju Avdiću ali Bosanskemu psihu, kot mu tudi pravijo. Damir Avdić je bosanski glasbenik, pesnik in pisatelj iz Tuzle, ki zadnja leta živi in je tudi poročen v Sloveniji. Film je tudi potovanje med njegovimi knjigami, glasbenimi nastopi, gledališko predstavo in življenjem. Kamera je le priča dogajanja. Svet govori sam zase. Njegova stališča spoznamo preko besedil njegovih pesmi in romanov ter preko pogovorov z drugimi ljudmi. S kamero spremljamo Damirja Avdića na njegovih nastopih po Sloveniji in v mestih bivše Jugoslavije. Na odru stoji sam, spremljata ga le njegova kitara in glas. Poje o vojni in posledicah vojne, o kapitalizmu in o ljubezni. Dokumentarni film Pravi človek za kapitalizem je tako film o vseh nas kot tudi za vse nas; da bi razčistili s preteklostjo, da bi lahko pogledali naprej in da bi si lahko razložili vojne grozote in bi poskušali razumeti svet, v katerem živimo.
Dušan Moravec se je rodil v Ljubljani leta 1964. Bil je član pomembne punk skupine Kuzle. Več let je delal kot novinr za različne medije. Od leta 2003, ko je dobil status scenarista in režiserja se ukvarja izključno s filmom. Do sedaj je posnel 17 dokumentarnih filmov, ki so nastalo v produkciji TV Slovenija, Društva ŠKUC, Vertigo /Emotion film in druge producente. Njegovi filmi so bili prikazani na različnih prizoriščih in festivalih po svetu.
Scenarist in režiser / Screenplay and Director: DUŠAN MORAVEC
Snemalec DoP / Cinematographer DoP: MATJAŽ MRAK
Montažer / Editor: JURIJ MOŠKON
Grafično oblikovanje / Graphic design: AJDIN BAŠIĆ
Skladatelj / Composer: DAMIR AVDIĆ
Oblikovalec zvoka / Sound Designer: BOŠTJAN KAČIČNIK
Producent / Producer: DUŠAN MORAVEC
Koproducenta / Coproducers: MATJAŽ MRAK in DANIJEL HOČEVAR
Produkcija / Production: ŠKUC Production
Koprodukcija / Coproductions: FRIENDLY PRODUCTION, VERTIGO/EMOTIONFILM
Format producije / Production format: HD 1080/25p
Dolžina / Length: 54′
Država produkcije / Production Country: Slovenia
Leto produkcije / Production year: 2008 – 2013
The documentary film focuses on the life and story of the Slovenia-based Bosnian musician, poet and writer from Tuzla, Damir Avdić, who was also dubbed ‘Bosnian Psycho’ and ‘Diplomatz’ by locals. The film is largely based on his two mostly autobiographical novels, Most na krvi (Bridge over Blood) and Enter Džehenem, with an important element of the film being his concerts and theatre performances. The film features songs from his albums, and sneaks into the recording studio to follow the artist working on his new album. The documentary presents Damir Avdić as a master of words who is uncompromisingly eloquent about his view of the world,
confronting his subject with razor-sharp lyrics that couldn’t be more direct if they were a bullet shot to the head, and are spoken with ferocious candour. His uncompromising stance is bewildering for both enraged punk rockers and dazed hip hopers, and shuts down even the loudest of big-mouths. His words are unflinching, unyielding and tantalizing. Truth does hurt, especially when revealed by Damir a.k.a. Diplomatz in such a raw, ferocious and merciless manner, and delivered with his almost psychotic, vampire-like gaze. The powerful hard-core school guitar riffs hammer down the listener, leaving no doubt about the raw truth of his lyrics. He stands on the stage alone, and armed only with a guitar and his voice, sings about he Balkan war which is still very much present in the lives of people: traumatizing, threatening and scarring. Disclosing the merciless devastation of the war, his lyrics and novels manage to reveal the banality, half-heartedness and relentless pursuit of success in contemporary society. Avdić, who also writes score for theatre performances and films, and collaborates with various musicians, was awarded for his work a noted Bosnian cultural prize by the Farah Tarihbegović Fundation. His concerts and novels have earned him excellent reviews in all counties of former Yugoslavia as well as gained him a reputation internationally. A series of noted musicians, writers, intellectuals and other interviewees talk about Avdić in the film, to include Bosnian writer and novelist, Faruk Šehić, Slovenian film director and poet Jan Cvitkovič, Bosnian rapper Edo Maajka, Slovenian music theorist Igor Bašin, subversive Slovenian musician and writer Marko Brecelj, Sarajevo-born journalist, writer and critic Miljenko Jergović, Bosnian writer and editor Kruno Lokoter, and Admir Culumaricić.