All the Cities of the North
All the Cities of the North / Svi severni gradovi
100 min., Bosnia/Montenegro, Chicago Premiere
A single, white room with a blue tent where two men share a relationship for which there are no words. Boban and Boris live within a set of identical, abandoned bungalows, in the midst of stray donkeys, plastic bottles, red berries, tall trees and transient workers. Someone else enters their secluded space, disturbing their routine. The outside world brings stories of different times, of cities to the north and south, of how something is made. New bonds form and old ones shift. Love can be fragile when not given a name. No, donâ€™t call me â€œcomradeâ€. What should I call you then?
“I donâ€™t make films about things that I know. When there is something I canâ€™t see, I make a film in order to see it.” – Dane Komljen
â€œA challenging and formally intriguing piece connecting personal and collective histories, with a hard-to-define, but definitely present, emotional and physical componentâ€. – Vladan Petkovic,