In Berlin, every winter takes a toll on the lives of many people experiencing homelessness. The extreme cold, lack of shelter, and a host of other factors make it extremely difficult for them to survive. But one woman, Kathy Kaiser, is fighting to change that. She drives the Berlin Cold Bus through the streets at night, offering support, warm sleeping bags, or a hot cup of tea. Her work has saved many lives, but her journey is not an easy one.
As documented in Third Person, Kaiser’s work sometimes pushes her to the limit. Many unsheltered people come from Eastern Europe and often struggle to make themselves understood, adding a layer of complexity to the task at hand. Despite the challenges, Kaiser is determined to continue her work because she knows that it makes a big difference in saving lives. Join us on a journey through the streets of Berlin and witness firsthand the challenges and rewards of Kathy Kaiser’s life-saving work.