Vlad KETKOVICH (Ethnogeographic Research Foundation)
Idomeni is a place suspended in time. The film is shaped by scenes from the parallel lives of the adults and the children in the Idomeni camp. The children do not go to school, they live in their own world and they take care of each other, and have little contact with their surrounding. The film catches the kids’ moments in this bubble and it makes clear: Europe today includes the parents Yasir, Nadia, Abunori and as much as children, and they will be part of shaping the Europe of tomorrow. The future comes up throughout the scenes with big and small protagonists in the camps bit by bit.