From the edge of the sea to the edge of the horizon, islands appear as network points of displacement to reach other destinations.
In the last decade thousands of immigrants have left their homes all around the globe. Leaving memories behind to chase the dream of recreating a new start. From the Casamance delta in Senegal people fallowing historic trade route, closed by Spain compromises with the European community , people bets their lives on a perilous journey across the seas, jumping on vessels, hoping for landfall in a prosperous place.
Since the economic crisis in Europe, with many countries plunging into austerity, the frequency of these journeys has declined but shifting the topic has become even more complicated and move towards middles east. Emigration has stop to be just a problem of economic reason rather one of Humanitarian Crisis.
From my experience in Senegal to Canary Islands, attracted by the atmosphere of an unknown journey, made by anonymous people. This film reflects on the this film born as a glance to ‘Migration’s bubble’, and deal with people, places, sound and light.