69 minutes of 86 days
Directed by Egil Håskjold Larsen
69 MINUTES OF 86 DAYS
This is the story of a 3-year-old girl’s journey through Europe. We meet her at a busy Greek port, and follow her closely as she makes her way to her new home in Uppsala, Sweden.
Slowly we glide over the remains of life-west at an unnamed shoreline, establishing the tense political framework of this story. From here we pass on to observe groups of fellow travellers, still continuously moving forward. In the midst of the crowd, a three-year-old girl catches our attention. Carefully we are getting into her journey, and we get to know her outstanding character as she slowly makes her way through Europe with her family. She is strong, never cries and seems to grasp the seriousness of these circumstances. This film tells the story about childhood, family relations, hope and a world that is difficult to understand. All presented to us by 3-year-old Lean.
- Director Egil Håskjold Larsen
- Producer name Tone Grøttjord-Glenne
- Technical Specs DCP 2k 1:2,39 Color
- running time 69 minutes
- financiers Norwegian Film institute, Fritt ord foundation, Fond for lyd og bilde
- Release date 2017