In 1990, as the Albanian regime collapses, two men and a boy, all of Greek heritage, cross over the border to their homeland only to find themselves more dislocated than before. Trying to get to Athens, they?re shot at, taken advantage of, and pursued by the police, their plight becoming a metaphor for the pain of all displaced people. This 1993 Greek film is slow, with uneven direction by Sotiris Goritsas, but at times the gaps and silences poetically evoke the emptiness of a rootless life.