BFM — 40
BFM — 40
31 March
Auditorium – Piazza della Libertà
Directed by Darko SinkoItalian title: Inventario [t.l]
Slovenia / 2021 / 106 min.
Colour / O.V. / Subtitles: it./en.
Radoš Bolcina , Dejan Spasic , Milen Knez, Renato Jencek, Saša Tabakovic, Mojca Partljic

Boris is, as we say, an ordinary kind of bloke. One evening, however, someone tries to shoot him. The investigations reveal nothing. No enemies, no suspects. You could say that Boris is the last person anyone would want to kill. After the police close the investigation, Boris decides to make his own enquiries and he starts an inventory of friends and acquaintances to find out who might feel wronged by him. As he searches for the suspect, we see the tragi-comedy unfold of a man who discovers that a lot more people hate him than he ever realised.

Presentation with the director + Q&A


Darko Sinko — (Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1979) studied at the Theatre, Radio, Film and Television Academy (AGRFT) in Ljubljana. He has directed and produced several shorts and documentaries. Inventory is his first feature film.

«The most important thing I would like to say about the film is that apart from everything else, one of the goals was to make it entertaining. Loneliness, the search for love, fear, paranoia, doubt, and the relativisation of our conceptions about life – all these issues comprise the thematic core of the film. However, I wish to approach these heavy topics in an entertaining and ironic tone.»

(Darko Sinko)

Essential filmography

Inventura (Inventory, 2021)
Sošolki (Schoolmates, short, 2015)
Hiške (Little Houses, doc., 2014)
Upor (Revolt, doc., 2013)
Tu sem doma (This is Where I Live, doc., 2011)
Slovenians in Italy are Celebrating May 1 (doc., 2010)
Kriticna generacija (Critical Generation, doc., 2009)
Dedek Mraz (Grandpa Frost, short, 2008)
Angoraangora (short, 2005)

BFM 40 list of films

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