My Aunt in Sarajevo
Zlatan hasn’t been in Bosnia since he fled the war in 1992, and has no wish to go back. His daughter Anja was brought up in Skåne and wants to find out more about her background. Even though Zlatan tries to stop her, they soon find themselves in a taxi from the airport on their way to Sarajevo. For every little piece of information Anja gets, Zlatan does what he can to hide the truth from her, worried about what she will understand about his past. Martin Memet Könick states at Konstpretton that “My aunt in Sarajevo leaves us with a sense of hope and a sense of joy from the fact that we got to know the film’s multi-faceted human characters” and rates the film 4 out of 5.