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Two friends try to tear out their lives from the clutches of idle. An existential study of ordinary lives led by two alienated urban white collar workers, Accidental Life was the only feature film of Ante Peterlić, Croatian film theorist and film critic. The film received mediocre reviews and went largely unnoticed after its release, but has been reevaluated decades later as one of the best Croatian films ever made.

  1. Ante Peterlić

    Director, Writer

  2. Zoran Tadić

    Writer

  3. Petar Krelja

    Writer

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Original Title Slučajni život

Status Released

Release Information

  • January 1, 1969
    Theatrical

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Original Language Croatian

Runtime 1h 6m

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