Liwaa Yazji | Syria 2014 | 112 Min. | OmeU

The flight and expulsion from Syria is followed by the uncertain existence in a physical and mental nowhere, a non-space between yesterday and tomorrow. Haunted tells of the loss of home and security, of the real and metaphorical meaning that a home in a person’s life has. ‘When the bombs came, the first thing we did was run away. Later, we remembered not looking back. We could not say goodbye to our home, our memories, our photos and the life that lived in them.’