The other

Greece, a nation of migrants who have since forever left their country in search for a better future, has now become a destination for many migrants. In the last few years, more than a million Albanese people arrived in Greece. In Patsideros, a village whose name comes from the word “patsos” (“peace”), there is a school with only one Greek student: all the others are Albanese kids. Through the eyes of the children of this little school in the island of Crete, the director Lucia Rikaki tells a story that could be set as an example of coexistence and acceptance of differences.