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2020 | docu-fiction | 75’ | vo AR st EN, FR, NL

Since 2017 Belgium has become a passageway for refugees who are fleeing both their homelands and the EU immigration policies.
They spend their nights trying to sneak into trucks parking along the highways, hoping to reach England the next day. They call these nocturnal attempts CHANCE.
A night of CHANCE, spent entirely in a truck, is the spatiotemporal frame for this docu-fiction: a black-box, cut from the outside world, inside which the protagonists, four young Sudanese, replay their quotidian reality.


Shot on location at BFC Rental, Brussels and NEBIM, Harelbeke
With the participation of: Ezo, Zaroug, Yassin, Abbas, Abu-Sheba
Directed: Effi & Amir
Camera: Ryszard Karcz | Sound: Maxime Coton, Kwinten Van Laethem | Production assistant: Marie Brumagne-David | 2e production assistants: Julia Reist, Navid Larie | Editing Effi & Amir | Sound editing Maxime Coton | Mix Rémi Gérard - Empire digital | Color grading Miléna Trivier | Original Music Thomas Mymrel | End credits music Jibal Alnuba, performed by Débruit & Alsarah, Courtesy of Soundway Records By Arrangement with Third Side Music
Production La chose à trois jambes | Co-production WIP – Wallonie Image Production, Storyhouse
With the support of Centre du Cinéma et de l'audiovisuel de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles,Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie, Odile van der Vaeren