Stitches combines elements of thriller and melodrama, and deals with the story of newborn babies abducted from hospitals, which has been a hot social issue in Serbia recently. The script ...
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In a remote Icelandic town, an off duty police chief begins to suspect a local man for having had an affair with his wife, who recently died in a car accident. Gradually his obsession for ... See full summary »
Denmark four years into the future. After a major bomb attack in Copenhagen radicalization and ethnic tensions are running high, and a racist leader is leading the polls.19-year old Zakaria is afraid, wanting to do something.
Mohammed Ismail Mohammed,
Iceland, Christmas time. As everyone prepares for the holidays, a peculiar atmosphere falls upon the country revealing emotions of both excitement and concern. In the middle of the ... See full summary »
Bent Kingo Andersen,
Dagi is a famous actor, but a heavy drinker. At one point his condition becomes critical and he ends up in the hospital where he is diagnosed with delirium tremens. Having lost sensation in... See full summary »
Ana gives birth at the local hospital and everything goes well. There is only a small problem with the paperwork - her file is not on the computer. A temporary loss of data seems to be ... See full summary »
Stitches combines elements of thriller and melodrama, and deals with the story of newborn babies abducted from hospitals, which has been a hot social issue in Serbia recently. The script penned by Elma Tataragic tells the story of woman who firmly believes that her newborn baby was stolen from her more than 20 years ago, while she was told that her baby died.
[All trivia items for this title are spoilers.]
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Ana has an ID number (called "JMBG" in Serbia) of a baby that was officially alive for only a few hours. That means that it took just a few minutes for the baby to be assigned an ID number immediately after birth, but in reality this procedure lasts much longer. See more »
Your whole life you've been thinking about your dead son! Your dead, dead, dead son!
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