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Destination Home| 45mins
Director: Veera Lehto-Michaud & Maria Seppala | Producer: Elli Toivoniemi
Focus Years: 2014 | Country: France
Subject Tags: culture, europe, france, global, identity, livelihood, migration, relationships
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Liberian refugee Samuel Reayah and his family have been separated for five years. They live in uncertainty waiting for a family reunion. While Sam and his younger daughter Ruth continue their lives in a refugee camp in Ghana, his wife Decontee and older daughter Joyce have started a new life in the USA. The documentary explores the idea of home. Sam’s family had a home in Liberia, but they had to give it up. They were forced to build homes elsewhere. They built a home in Ghana, they built a home in the United States. They built homes together and separate from each other. But which home does the heart want?

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