The hardest thing for parents to do is to leave their children behind. But it happens. Every day. Also in Europe. Norwegian director Åse Svenheim Drivenes presents her movie I am Kuba on the 17th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, giving the audience an exemplary insight into the lives of the so-called EU-orphans.
I am Kuba is set in a small town somewhere in Poland. The area suffers from unemployment. The perspectives for the future are slim to nil. Once without work, you are on your own. ...
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