As Far As I Can Walk

  • Stefan Arsenijević
  • Serbia, Luxembourg, France, Bulgaria, Lithuania
  • 2021
  • 92'

Stefan Arsenijević (Love and Other Crimes) offers a contemporary take on the great Serbian romance epic. After being deported from Germany to Serbia, Ghanaian couple Strahinja and Ababuo cope differently with their new circumstances. While Strahinja is content building his football career, passionate Ababuo does not get the same opportunities in making her ambitions come true, so she joins a group of Syrian refugees on their way to Western Europe. Left alone, Strahinja embarks on an odyssey along the Balkan route to find her. The film won a series of awards at Karlovy Vary, including Best Actor.

Subtitles: EN, HR

Stefan Arsenijević

Serbian director and producer. Teaches at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. Co-founder of production company Art & Popcorn. Winner of the Golden Bear and the European Film Award for short film (A)Torsion (2003). His first feature, Love and Other Crimes (2008), premiered at Berlinale in the Panorama programme. As Far As I Can Walk is his second feature.

As Far As I Can Walk

Stefan Arsenijević
Stefan Arsenijević, Bojan Vuletić, Nicolas Ducray
Ibrahim Koma, Nancy Mensah-Offei, Maxim Khalil, Rami Farah, Nebojša Dugalić
Jelena Stanković
Vanja Kovačević
Miroslav Mogorović, Gilles Chanial, Alice Ormiéres, Myrina Mané, Borislav Chouchkov, Kestutis Drazdauskas
Art & Popcorn, Les Films Fauves, Surprise Alley, Chouchkov Brothers, ArtBox
Festivals & Awards
Karlovy Vary Int'l Film Festival 2021 – Crystal Globe, Special Mention, Best Actor, Prize of the Ecumenical Jury, Europa Cinemas Label Award

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