Veteran Markus Imhoof’s quietly angry documentary weaves together his childhood memories of displacement and tragedy during WWII with the current refugee crisis in Europe. Powerful, intimate and emotional by turns, this is the kind of personal filmmaking we rarely see anymore. "One of the most moving statements to have been made thus far on the refugee crisis… Imhoof’s gently roaming camera holds a mirror to Western society, and it reflects a distorted and ugly face."—Screen

Director: Markus Imhoof
Cast: Caterina Genta, Robert Hunger-Bühler

Runtime: 92 mins


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