- Original title: Agi i Ema
- Type: feature film
- Year: 2007
- Genre: Family
- Country: Serbia
- Language: Serbian
- Length: 86 min
- Format: Color, HD/35mm
- Directed by: Milutin Petrović
Agi is a lonely nine-year-old boy for whom his parents can never spare the time. His family moves house frequently and Agi does not manage to make friends and learn how to treat people. Mum and Dad are too busy and completely submerged in the cruel laws of present-day life.
Agi is left to his own devices as he sees his parents only on photographs.
This, however, is about to change.
After another one of his many house moves, Agi meets Ema who lives in the neighbouring decrepit house. Ema is a cheerful and curious elderly lady who is 30200 days (83years) old, which does not prevent her from becoming Agi’s only and best friend. They spend an autumn ‘learning to live’ and exploring the finely wrought world of children in which adults can not even fit, let alone begin to understand it.
- Screenplay: Igor Kolarov, Milutin Petrović
- Director of photography: Predrag Bambić
- Production design: Ivana Stefanović
- Edited by: Petar Jakonjić, Miluton Petrović
- Costume designer: Mirjana Ostojić
- Cast: Milena Dravić, Stefan Lazarević, Dragan Mićanović, Ana Sofrenović, Nikola Đuričko, Lena Bogdanović, Boris Milivojević, Nađa Sekulić, Slobodan Boda Ninković, Igor Bojović, Dejan Đurović, Milica Gutović, Ana Bjelica, Marko Visekruna, Stefano Nocerino, Aleks
- Production company: MONTAGE, ART & POPCORN, MAGIC BOX
- Producers: Miroslav Mogorović, Predrag Bamić, Milutin Petrović