A woman in Bolivia states that life has been difficult since her children left to live in Argentina. A man in Spain shares that he left his home country without saying goodbye to his family. A man in Mali left his home country for economic reasons.
A woman in Benin expresses pride in her home country. An asylum seeker in Spain describes the complex feelings of leaving your homeland. A Chechen refugee living in France recounts having to flee her home country to avoid persecution.
A Honduran migrant in Mexico ventilates that he had to leave his five children in Honduras for more work opportunities. A Cameroonian man recalls how he arrived in Spain to seek asylum. A Mexican man discusses the perplexities of borders.
A woman from Paraguay recounts arriving in Argentina as a child and living in a shantytown with her mother. A woman in Hong Kong discusses the work opportunities in the area for young people. A Mexican man explains that he would not have the means to build his own house had it not been for the work he secured in the U.S.
A man in France describes crying at night from missing his family. A refugee from Darfur states that the only joy in life is from living with your family safely. A Palestinian woman expresses her constant fear because of the country's instability.
An Iraqi refugee states that she can never see herself returning to Iraq because of the constant crisis there. A woman in Afghanistan takes pride in her country despite its problems. A Congolese refugee does not claim any country as her own due to hardships wherever she goes.
A man in Los Angeles expresses frustration with not being seen as American because of his Mexican ancestry. A woman in France describes not being accepted by Moroccan people as Moroccan. A woman in Israel states that she has no home country.
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Stay at home, live abroad... People who want to leave, people who have left, people who will never leave... A dialogue about the relation to a country and the world and identity.
Length: 27 minutes
Copyright date: ©2007
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