In general, journalists are chasing news. We're looking for who said what, when and where. That was the case last year as well, when international media descended upon Hungary to tell the world how a toxic sludge turned an entire region into something that looked like Mars. After the reporters were gone, the world forgot about the victims of the catastrophy. For over a year, a Deutsche Welle team documented how people are struggling to rebuild their lives. This is the first episode from a three-part series that goes beyond the news headline.