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Emra Beganaj| 4mins
Director: Viktor Oszkar Nagy | Producer: Sara Laszlo, Marcell Gero
Focus Years: 2008 | Country: Hungary
Subject Tags: belief, europe, global, hungary, migration, psychology
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Emra Beganaj is an 11 year-old boy, who left his home country of Kosovo together with his family. After moving from one place to the other in Europe, they ended up at their starting point in the Hungarian refugee camp in Debrecen. In his monologue, Emra gives sign of his frustration coming from his incertitude and dissatisfaction. With his grown-up gestures he is an interesting example of what could be in the children's minds who are living this situation.

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