When Tamer Alawam was killed by a grenade in 2012, he left over 300 hours of film footage of the Syrian Revolution – images, which were meant to show Syria from inside. Overwhelmed by the flood of these images and driven by feelings of grief, responsibility and powerlessness, two young filmmakers and friends of Tamer in far away Germany start their own search for answers. While one of them meets with Tamer's companions to find out more about the motivations of his friend, the other begins collecting reactions in German society towards the war in Syria. A documentary about humanity, responsibility and the difficulties of finding the right way of action.
Director: Omar Shalash, Robert Dobe
Writer: Robert Dobe
: Uwe Nadler, Dorit Jeßner
Country of Origin: Germany
Screenings: Gytheion 17/1 (21:00), Argos 19/1 (19:30), Patras 20/1 (19:30), Tripoli 20/1 (19:30), Kalamata 24/1 (19:00), Amaliada 25/1 (19:30), Xylokastro 26/1 (19:30)