In this absolutely absorbing and intriguing film, two Somali refugees hide in an abandoned house amongst the mountains on the Serbia-Romania border. Trailed by two sound designers and armed with a GPS guide, they are planning their escape. Marko Grba Singh chooses to tell us little of how and why; when the time to leave comes, they’ll disappear.
Presented as part of the Berwick New Cinema Midlengths Programme.
FID Marseille 2015 - First Film Award, Special Mention
Director of Photography: Peter Emery
Sound: Wayne Sharrocks, Shervin Shaeri
At Least We’ve Met, 2012
We’re Getting There, 2011
Print/Sales: studAVP, Nevena Tomic
Languages: Serbian, English, Somalian
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