The documentary TRANSIT CAMP FRIEDLAND Part 2 is an inspiring journey that follows the lives of refugees who found a new home in Friedland. It’s been welcoming the displaced since 1945 and offers them a lifeline. The future is uncertain for most refugees but daily life in Friedland gives them a sense of normality.
Within the camp, there are various facilities that offer refugees everything they require to start over. A playground, schools, language courses, advice centers, and day trips to nearby towns are all available. Muslim refugees from around the world live alongside Jewish and Christian families, resulting in stories of friendship and love that blossom. The film opens up a world in which cultures blend together, and stories of unity unfold. The unique setting and stories of escape, the feelings and experiences of the residents, highlight how the refugee camp has evolved in half a century.