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Daria Lorenci is a Actor born on 13 april 1976

Daria Lorenci

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Birth 13 april 1976 (44 years)

Daria Lorenci (born 13 April 1976) is a Croatian television and film actress. She appeared in more than twenty feature films since 2000. She lives and works in Zagreb.
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Filmography of Daria Lorenci (13 films)

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Actress

Quit Staring at My Plate, 1h45
Directed by Hana Jušić
Origin Croatie
Genres Drama
Actors Zlatko Burić, Daria Lorenci
Roles Boss
Rating69% 3.491863.491863.491863.491863.49186
These Are the Rules, 1h17
Directed by Ognjen Sviličić
Genres Drama
Actors Emir Hadžihafizbegović, Mira Banjac, Goran Bogdan, Stjepan Perić, Ljubomir Bandović, Daria Lorenci
Roles Medicinska sestra
Rating66% 3.3400453.3400453.3400453.3400453.340045
Maja (Jasna Žalica), Ivo (Emir Hadžihafizbegović) and their 18-year-old son Tomica (Hrvoje Vladisavljević) are an ordinary family from Zagreb. Maja and Ivo are nearing retirement and are struggling financially while Tomica is unemployed after graduating from high school.
The Color of the Chameleon, 1h33
Directed by Arsen Anton Ostojić
Origin Croatie
Genres Drama, War, Comedy
Themes Political films
Actors Alma Prica, Mustafa Nadarević, Rousy Chanev, Olga Pakalovic, Miraj Grbic, Dejan Aćimović
Roles Rapka
Rating80% 4.0431854.0431854.0431854.0431854.043185
In 1977, fifteen years before the Bosnian War ravaged their lives, Halima’s (Alma Prica) niece Safija (Olga Pakalović) became pregnant by Slavomir (Mijo Jurišić), a Serb man. Beaten and ostracized by her Bosniak family, Safija gave the infant boy to the childless Halima to raise, telling Slavomir it was stillborn. Twenty-three years later, the devastating war has ended. Bodies are being identified through DNA samples and returned to families for burial. Halima’s husband is found, but the boy cannot be returned to her without a blood sample. And that would have to come from Safija who ran away years ago and married Slavomir. When Halima finally locates her, Safija refuses the blood test because she is afraid her husband will discover her deception. And other deceptions could be uncovered as well, including the shocking identity of the soldier who took Halima’s husband and the boy to their deaths.
Cannibal Vegetarian, 1h25
Directed by Branko Schmidt
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors René Bitorajac, Nataša Janjić, Leon Lučev, Emir Hadžihafizbegović, Zrinka Cvitešić, Daria Lorenci
Roles Doktorica Miller
Rating71% 3.595383.595383.595383.595383.59538
Danko Babić (Rene Bitorajac) is highly successful and much sought after as a doctor of gynecology, but at the same time he is also incredibly ambitious and willing to do whatever it takes to succeed. These traits eventually lead him to Jedinko (Emir Hadžihafizbegović), a pimp who specializes in high-end prostitution and drug dealing. He's willing to pay Danko a considerable sum to perform abortions on his prostitutes, who get pregnant on a regular basis. Danko quickly gets pulled into a world of organized crime, corruption, and scandal.
Metastases
Metastases (2009)
, 1h22
Directed by Branko Schmidt
Genres Drama, Crime
Themes Films about alcoholism, Medical-themed films, Films about drugs
Actors René Bitorajac, Franjo Dijak, Rakan Rushaidat, Ivo Gregurević, Ksenija Marinković, Daria Lorenci
Roles Milica
Rating76% 3.8454653.8454653.8454653.8454653.845465
The film follows the lives of four unconventional friends from a Zagreb neighbourhood – Krpa, Filip, Kizo and Dejo. All of them are football fans and Dinamo Zagreb supporters.
Armin
Armin (2007)
, 1h22
Directed by Ognjen Sviličić
Genres Drama
Actors Emir Hadžihafizbegović, Marie Bäumer, Daria Lorenci
Roles Aida
Rating67% 3.3967753.3967753.3967753.3967753.396775
The film follows Ibro (Emir Hadžihafizbegović) and his son Armin (Armin Omerović), who travel from a small town in Bosnia to a film audition in Zagreb, hoping to land a part for Armin in a German film about the war in Bosnia. On their way to fulfilling the boy's dream, they encounter a series of disappointing setbacks — their bus to Zagreb breaks down and they are late for the audition. After Ibro convinces the director to give the boy a second chance, they soon realize that Armin is too old for the part anyway. As it becomes obvious that Armin's dream of playing a part in the movie will never happen, he feels increasingly disheartened, while Ibro's determination to help his son grows. Finally they do get another chance, but Armin buckles under the pressure and experiences an epileptic seizure. As they get ready to head back to Bosnia, the film crew makes an unexpected offer, but when Ibro refuses, Armin at last realizes how much his father really loves him.