Aryan is a Syrian refugee trying to make his way into Hungary from Serbia, along with his father and many other wretched souls. They are all caught, and find themselves in a web of cynicism and corruption.
A young immigrant is shot down while illegally crossing the border. Terrified and in shock, wounded Aryan can now mysteriously levitate at will. Thrown into a refugee camp, he is smuggled out by Dr Stern, intent on exploiting his extraordinary secret. Pursued by enraged camp director Laszlo, the fugitives remain on the move in search of safety and money. Inspired by Aryan's amazing powers, Stern takes a leap of faith in a world where miracles are trafficked for small change.Written by
You don't get any explanation to the levitating immigrant! Good acting but really weird people being depicted. The actors lines are a bit strange! You have zero sympathy for any of the characters since both the story and it's characters is poorly built. Seems that the main concern of this movie is to portrait the Hungarians as unattractive, ill minded, corrupt, dirty alcoholics with no sense of shame. Also most settings chosen give you the feeling of a very unfresh, poor country. Small cluttered spaces, dirty and with decor at least two decades old. I actually regret seeing this movie, I could have spent the time better doing something else.
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