Barnefilmfestivalen April 26—May 1 2022

Any Day Now

A big hit at the Berlinale film festival!

Ramin (13) lives in Finland and just began his summer break before junior high. He spends his day swimming with his best friend, getting pranked by his little sister and visiting family friends. Everything is seemingly going great, but then their application for residency in Finland is declined. Ramin and his family decides to make the most out of every moment. 

Based on his own experiences, director Hamy Ramezan shows why being a fugitive is not an identity. This warm, yet heartbreaking film teaches you to appreciate every day for what it is.

Trailer

Location
Online
Country
Finland
Language
Persian (farsi), Finnish, English
Subtitles
English
Censorship
For all ages
School
Classes 5-7, Classes 8-10, High school
Producer
Jussi Rantamäki
Original title
Any Day Now
Director
Hamy Ramezan
Year
2020
Category
Feature film
Duration
1t 22m
Genere
Drama

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