SF Studios has boarded “Without end,” a football-themed movie directed by Anders Hazelius, the award-winning director of “Thunder in My Coronary heart” and the favored TV sequence “Tunna Blå Linjen.”
Tackling friendship, love and soccer, “Without end” is predicated on a script by Jessika Jankert (“So Rattling Straightforward Going”) and produced by Stefan Lindén (“Eagles”) and Erik Lundqvist (“Pink Cloud Syndrome”) for SF Studios.
“Without end” stars rising actors Flutra Cela and Judith Sigfridsson as Mila and Kia, a pair of teenage greatest pals and aspiring soccer professionals. When the women get a brand new demanding soccer coach Lollo (Agnes Lindström Bolmgren), they slowly begin to drift aside. The solid is accomplished by Mustapha Aarab (“Vinterviken”) and Eleftheria Gerofoka (“Name Mother!”).
The movie will begin taking pictures in Uddevalla, Sweden, in June 2022 and is anticipated to be launched in Swedish theaters in spring 2023.
Hazelius mentioned she has wished to make this movie for seven years. “It comes straight from the center and is a declaration of affection to be a 14-year-old with large desires,” she mentioned. She described the undertaking as a “thrilling, heartbreaking and delightful story concerning the challenges of getting to know who you might be and what you wish to be at a younger age and the sacrifices you might want to make to observe your desires.”
Lindén, who’s producing the movie together with Lundqvist at SF Studios, beforehand created and produced the profitable Swedish youth sequence “Eagles.”
“’Without end’ is an emotional and gripping journey via time. It’s about id, friendship, love and daring to proceed dreaming when others round us cease dreaming,” mentioned Lindén.
The producer mentioned he wished the movie to “contact the viewers with a narrative that everybody can relate to, whereas on the identical time create probably the most stunning soccer movie ever made in Sweden.”
“Without end” is co-produced with Movie i Väst and with assist from The Swedish Movie Institute and Lindholmen Science Park. Gothia Cup, the world’s largest youth soccer cup, has additionally partnered with SF Studios to assist younger feminine soccer gamers.