Let's make it clear that people coming to Europe to earn a decent work place are most welcomed.
The main character played his role very well and at one point I've even forgotten that it's a film and not a reality show... But all the actors did an amazing vivid job in creating this film. The story begins a bit blurry but I guess that's not uncommon in places where the actual film sets off. As we go by, I was just hoping that they won't be telling us another story about a "random" journey in the desert...
Everyone living in households where there's a toilet indoors should realise how lucky we are and be fully aware of other lives struggling for every piece of bred on a daily basis.
It's interesting, because normally I'm against any kind of migration BUT seeing this chap's story I could imagine that lives like his is occurring.
I can also understand, however, the European reaction to this hybrid environment where your street, your park, your town doesn't look like what it used to be yesterday. The changes are dramatically and we need to separate terrorist from real migrants!
Q: Is this symbiosis necessary? And if it is, couldn't it done more civilised?
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