Dindim, about affection

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Dindim, about affection
Art Organization Gllugl / REPUBLIC OF CROATIA


DIRECTOR: Tamara Kučinović
SCRIPT: Tamara Kučinović i ansambl
SET DESIGN: Petar Nevžala
PUPPETS: Ivana Živković, Sheron Pimpi–Steiner
MUSIC: Marko Hrašćanec
LIGHTING DESIGN: Tamara Kučinović
CAST: Nikša Eldan, Sara Ipša, Goran Guksić
NARRATOR: Zvonko Zečević

06.10.2020, 6:00 p.m. – PREMIERE

[/vc_column_text][eltd_separator position=”left” color=”#b4642a” width=”70px” thickness=”2″ top_margin=”25px” bottom_margin=”20px”][vc_column_text]It is a sunny afternoon in late autumn in Rio de Janeiro, a time of bountiful meals in preparation for the arrival of winter to the Southern Hemisphere of the Earth, where winters are not sharp, but pensive. A completely ordinary person lives there, an old man with wrinkly, hardened skin and a soft heart. Joao lives a lonely, humble life, and asks for no one. But life has decided to change his path. A completely ordinary event has turned his fate upside down.

It is a story of a sudden and unusual friendship which can change a life, create laughter and melt hearts. If you thought it was impossible for a man and a penguin to be best friends, you were wrong. It is precisely these slightly incompatible creatures that accidentally become inseparable. This proves that friendship knows no boundaries, forms or shapes, that it destroys all prejudice and builds bridges between all living things.

Dindim, About Affection was based on a true story, which happened in Rio de Janeiro, when an old man became like family to a Magellanic penguin. This amazing story is shown through the magic of puppet theatre.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_single_image image=”19431″ img_size=”full” onclick=”link_image”][vc_empty_space][eltd_image_gallery type=”slider” autoplay=”3″ slide_animation=”slide” pretty_photo=”yes” navigation=”yes” pagination=”yes” images=”19432,19433,19434″][/vc_column][/vc_row]