• Violence, sexual themes & content that may disturb
  • Boris Lojkine
  • Justin Wang, 
    Endurance Newton, 
    Dieudonné Bertrand Balo’o
  • Drama, Film Festival
  • 88 MIN
  • 02 March 2017

While crossing the Sahara desert to get to Europe, Léonard,
a young man from Cameroon, rescues Hope, a Nigerian woman. In a fiercely hostile world where safety requires staying with one’s own people, their language, religion, and culture oppose them. Nevertheless, they try to find their way together, and to love each other.

Boris Lojkine, a globe-trotting French philosopher-turned- filmmaker, directs this stunning film with passion and rigour. He brings a documentary approach to this fictional story and thus highlights the truth and reality of it. Hope immerses the viewer in the migrant experience and their search for a new beginning and offers a new perspective on the contemporary socio- political issue of the refugee crisis.

A story as hard and as tragic as its heroes are moving.

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