• Director:Stephan Streker
  • Writer:Stephan Streker
  • (Co-)producers:MG Productions (BE), Formosa Productions (FR), Ex Nhilo (FR), Minds Meet (BE), Volya Films (NL), uFilm (GE), RTBF (BE)
  • Partner(s):Netherlands Film Fund, Rotterdam Media Fund, Centre du Cinéma er l' Audiovisuel de la Fédération Wallonie - Bruxelles et de VOO, Canal +, Ciné +, Régions de Wallonne et de Bruxelles - Capital, Flanders Audiovisual Fund, Cofimage 22, Ufund, Be TV, Backup Films, Centre National du Cinéma et de l' Animée, With the support of the Creative Europe Programme – MEDIA of the European Union
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Genre: Feature Film

The World Belongs To Us


Pouga and Julien are two youngsters in their twenties, who both lead an ordinary life in the suburbs of Brussels. Despite their differences, they share one thing in common, an uncertain future.

Julien is an aspiring professional football player, but the way to the top is not easy. Pouga is a small time crook, who steals luxury cars for a living. When their destinies meet, little do they know that tragedy is just around the corner. Featuring the most promising actors of their generation, “Le monde nous appartient” is sure to resonate with teens.

The World Belongs To Us is the second feature of Belgian director Stephan Streker starring Vincent Rottiers (Je suis heureux que ma mère soit vivante), Reda Kateb (Un prophète) and Olivier Gourmet (Le fils).

Director of photography: Antoine Roch
Editors: Dan Dobi, Yann Dedet
Sound engineers: Ranko Paukovic, Vincent de Bast, Louis Vyncke, Cyrille Lauwerier

With the support of the Creative Europe Programme – MEDIA of the European Union
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Flanders International Film Festival 2012


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