Lendita Zeqiraj’s film “Aga’s House” is a look at the lives of five women through the eyes of a nine-year old boy searching for his father.
Nine-year old Aga lives with his mother and four other women in a remote mountain village in Kosovo. Aga tries to make some money by selling cigarettes, but his main goal is the search for his missing father. The only male figure in his life is Cera, who is brutal and harsh, although he keeps an eye on Aga, too young to understand why he lives there with all those women. When an unexpected emergency arises, Aga is forced to help out and that sets in motion a sequence of events that reveals him the truth.
Film “Aga’s House” will be screened on Saturday, October 24, at 20:30 P.M. at the Centre for Cultural Decontamination (21 Birčaninova Street) within the “Mirëdita, dobar dan!” Festival.