The young filmmaker returns home and begins the search for her father, whom she only knew for two months and whom no one ever talked about. As she tries to fill the void her father left behind, unresolved family issues surface, and she learns she is pregnant.

"My father was Rastko Milošev (Ras), a famous guitarist in the former Yugoslavia. I met him when I was 18 years old and I only knew him for two months. Then he left and became a ghost again. My family never talked about him. Neither before I met him, nor after, and Ras and I rarely communicated after we met. I was left full of unanswered questions and emotions, and fled 2,000 km away from everything, to Belgium. A few years later, in 2014, Ras died.

This is a story of courage, coping and searching for my father. It's time to face stories, people and emotions, opening old wounds in hopes of healing the scars and finding answers. Why did he wait so long to meet me? Will confronting my family help me find what I'm looking for? Why didn't anyone talk about him? Could it be that he caused so much pain that everyone tried to erase him and forget about the child full of questions? I hope to discover what shaped his life and learn something about myself along the way." - Justina Matov


Justina Matov

Justina Matov was born in 1988 in Zagreb. After graduating from the 18th high school and Vatroslav Lisinski High School of Music, he went to Belgium to study classical music, majoring in percussion.
Original title: Naći ću te
Year of production: 2021.
Screening time: 80'
Color: color
Format: DCP
Production: Factum
Financer: Croatian Audiovisual Centre
Written and directed by: Justina Matov
Producer: Nenad Puhovski
Executive Producer: Davor Kanjir