European Film Days in Bosnia and Herzegovina continue on Friday with the 2017 drama ‘The Long Summer of Theory’ by German director Irene von Alberti.
The movie tells the story of three young women living in an artist-shared flat in the no-man’s-land behind the new main station in Berlin. Actress Katja, punk singer Martina and movie director Nola are forced to move out of the flat and find their own way to cope with the situation.
Instructions for watching are available on the website of the Goethe Institute in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The movie will be available until May 20.
This year’s traditional European Film Days in Bosnia and Herzegovina take place online on May 11-19.
The movies - brought to movie buffs in Bosnia and Herzegovina in cooperation with the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) - will be available on social network profiles of the EU Info Center and their partners.