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Eternally Child

Moni, a ten year-old boy, lives with his father Xhema in great poverty. During a fatal meal, his father Xhema accidentally kills his son. All his life he will live cursed, blaming himself for what happened. In his last days, when he is very old, Xhema returns to the house where the tragedy happened to ask forgiveness of his son in order to release his soul and be able to pass away.

Director Biography - Lorena Sopi

Born 12.12.1997 in Prishtina - Kosovo. She is an Kosovar Director and Scriptwriter. She's worked on a number of shorts films, which have participated in many International Festivals. She studied at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, brunch of film directing - Prishtina University. Now, she continues studies at Toronto Film School – Toronto, Canada. Filmography: Mona /2016/ - short, Eternally Child /2018/- short, More Beautiful than the Spring /2017/-short, Ray /2018/, Eternally Child /2018/ - short, Schauerfilm /2019/ - short, The Hug of Destiny /2020/ - documentary feature, Hashtag /2021/ - short, etc.


  • Lorena Sopi Director Eternally Child

  • Lorena Sopi Writer Eternally Child

  • Lorena Sopi & Agim Sopi Producer Eternally Child

  • Xhevat Qorraj Key Cast “Xhema”

  • Miran Zymberaj Key Cast “Moni”

  • Sheqerie Buqaj Key Cast “Eli”

  • Beslidhje Bytyqi Key Cast

  • Kosovare Hoti Key Cast

  • Joni Thimi Key Cast


  • Project Type: Short

  • Runtime: 10 minutes 10 seconds

  • Completion Date: April 12, 2018

  • Production Budget: 10,000 USD

  • Country of Origin: Kosovo

  • Country of Filming: Kosovo

  • Language: Albanian

  • Shooting Format: 2K /Arri Alexa/

  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9

  • Film Color: Color

  • First-time Filmmaker: Yes

  • Student Project: No

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