Slovenian Girl (orig. Slovenka) is a 2009 Slovenian film directed by Damjan Kozole. Aleksandra, a twenty-three-year-old Slovenian, leads a double life: she is a respectable student and a call girl. The film stars Nina Ivanišin. Slovenian Girl was premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival 2009 and it was released theatrically in more than 30 countries, in US under the title A Call Girl. According to Moving Pictures Magazine, "the film is ultimately a fascinating study of free enterprise in free fall. In this mesmerizing chamber piece, director Damjan Kozole has contrived a new style of narrative to convey a view of capitalist culture at once outrageous and non-judgmental" (Shaz Bennett).