|Director: Maria Seppälä & Veera Lehto-Michaud|
Finland, 2014, 45min
Format: Digital (screening) - HDV (shooting)
Festival Year: 2015
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|Crew: ||Executive Producers: Elli Toivoniemi - Screenwriters: Maria Seppälä, Veera Lehto-Michaud - Cinematographer: Veera Lehto-Michaud - Editor: Janne Rehmonen|
A Liberian refugee SAM REAYAH and his family have been separated for five years and live in uncertainty waiting for family reunion. While Sam and his younger daughter Ruth continue their lives in Buduburam Refugee camp in Ghana, his wife Decontee and his older daughter Joyce have already started a life in Rochester, USA. The film explores the idea of home. Sam's family had a home in Liberia, but they had to give it up. They were forced to build homes elsewhere. They built a home in Ghana. They build a home in The United States. They built homes together, they build homes separate of each other. But which home does the heart want?
Maria Seppälä & Veera Lehto-Michaud are documentary filmmakers who live in Finland.