Anna Brass | Greece, Germany 2013 | 79 Min. | OmeU
Three afghan refugees are reaching the gate to Europe via the Ägäis see. The three young men are living in an isolated house near to the coast of creek. They already try to find a possible way to immigrate to Europe for three years. On account of the ridiculous European asylum policy the young men decide to avoid any immigration authorities. This documentary raises actual political questions regarding the European asylum policy. The movie shows peoples hopes and worries of those who are facing the strict bureaucratic rules in front of the entrance to Europe day by day. Why escapes Europe from responsibility?