Bosnian filmmaker Srdjan Vuletic’s 2007 comedy, It’s Hard to Be Nice, will be available for Dutch audiences on April 10th when it is released in theaters throughout the Netherlands.
Bosnia-Herzegovina’s official submission for the Best Foreign Language Film at this years Academy Awards, “It’s Hard to Be Nice” is a comedy about a Sarajevo taxi driver who faces difficulties when he tries to be an upstanding and honest person.
Legendary comedian Sasa Petrovic won the Best Actor prize at the 2007 Sarajevo Film Festival for his role as Fudo, the taxi driver.
Srdjan Vuletic, who co-wrote the film with Miroslav Mandic, first burst onto the international scene with his 1999 short film, “Hop, Skip, Jump”, which was heralded at many international film festivals. He then went on to win multiple awards at film festivals for his 2003 film, “Summer in the Golden Valley”, including the Golden Iris at the 2004 Brussels European Film Festival.