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FARID| 1hr : 42mins
Director: Pino Esposito | Producer: OSFILM
Focus Years: 2013 | Country: Switzerland
Subject Tags: duty, education, europe, freedom, freewill, migration, switzerland
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
A film about Zurich, told from the perspective of those who live on the margins of society: Africans sans-papiers (without papers) – rejected asylum seekers, foreign vagrants, illegal prostitutes searching for a home here in one way or another. The focus of the film is on the Palestinian author Farid Dhamra, a rejected asylum seeker and his impending deportation to Israel. He keeps a diary, jotting notes about the shattered dreams of migrants who live more or less illegally in Zurich – and in isolation. Farid writes and writes, as if bearing witness to his own deportation.
FARID | 1hr : 42mins

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