Mañana Inshallah

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Synopsis

Melilla, European city on the African continent. Ilies is driving through the city night and day. He is an irregular taxi driver from Morocco who has been living in the Spanish territory since his birth . Nevertheless, he is not able to get the necessary documents in order to regularize his stay and live a peaceful life.

Aomar and Mohammed, two of a big group of Moroccan teenagers, are living between the rocks next to the harbor. They wish to be able to slink someday into a commercial ship, which will take them to the long-time yearned European continent.

Climako, is a young Cameroonian who has been trapped in Melilla for over 5 years. After his expulsion from the Centre for Temporary Stay of Immigrants, he was forced to live in an improvised camp next to it, where he moved 7 months ago. Prisoner of a turbid bureaucracy, he faces a great uncertainty about his future. Following these three stories, the authors of “Mañana Inshallah” try to depict the migratory situation in Melilla, Spanish exclave in Morocco, and representative icon of the so called reception and integration policies of the European Union.

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Directed by: Lea Lazić, Mattia Carraro, Otto Reuschel
Story: Otto Reuschel, Lea Lazić, Mattia Carraro
Edited by: Pedro Branco
Music: Arnaud d'Ablon
Cinematography: Otto Reuschel
Language: Spanish, French, Arabic
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Running time: 44 minutes

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