“In the City Without a Compass” becomes the meeting point for two foreigners that have lost the way to their dreams. Anna is a Hungarian immigrant and Pascual is a foreigner of his own life. Both cross their paths in order to remind what really matters to them.
“In the City Without a Compass” also talks about immigration, belonging, resignation and loneliness. Within the current context, urban life is confronted with the rural and the local with the foreign. It is a very simple, realistic and positive story.