In a desperate bid to escape the Taliban, Sayed Saddat fled his home country of Afghanistan and sought asylum in Germany with his family. Although they hoped for a new life, their asylum application was rejected, leaving them in a state of limbo.
In this gripping documentary, we follow Sayed and his family as they navigate the murky waters of the German asylum system. With interviews and footage from their daily lives, we see the challenges they face, from the trauma of leaving their homeland to the anxiety of awaiting a verdict on their fate. As we hear Sayed’s story, we gain insight into the complex nature of refugee politics and the human cost of an increasingly fractured world.