Harouna, a young artist from the coastal town Nouadhibou in Mauretania, West Africa, has left his wife and child in hope of safety and more opportunities for the three of them. In Italy, a group of asylum seekers live in a prison-like centre, uncertain about their futures in Europe. In Copenhagen we meet a group of people who may have reached the promised land, but live in constant search for the money that their families expect them to send home.
Director: Ditte Haarløv Johnsen / Cinematographer: Minka Jakerson / Editor: Jeppe Bødskov / Sound design: Sylvester Holm & Frank Knudsen / Composer: Davide Rossi / Produced by: Bullitt Film
Duration: 75′ / Year: 2013
With the support of: New Danish Screen, DANIDA, Danish Ministry of Education , MEDIA, Danish Film Directors
Best Documentary, Raindance Film Festival 2016
Best documentary by Politiken, Danish national newspaper, 2013
Raindance Film Festival 2014