Go West is a 2005 Bosnia-Herzegovina drama directed by Ahmed Imamović. It tells the story of two gay lovers, one being a Bosniak and the other a Serb, during the Bosnian War. It was developed jointly by two studios, one being in Bosnia and the other in Croatia. Set during the brutal ethnic wars of the 1990s, “Go West” follows the story of two young lovers, Kenan, a Muslim cellist, and Milan, a Serbian student, as they try to flee the relentless fighting and daily discrimination around them.
*Ahmed Imamović (1971, Yugoslavia) is a film director, producer and screenwriter.