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10:00:06:00    10:00:09:00    (screen text) little alien
10:00:10:00    10:00:12:10    (screen text) ein Film von Nina Kusturica
10:00:13:16    10:00:16:15    Do you have a place where I can hide?|- What?     10:00:16:20    10:00:18:22    Can I get under there?|- Why?               
10:00:19:00    10:00:22:02    I’ll just get under there.               
10:00:46:07    10:00:51:07    (screen text) The current number of forcibly|displaced people worldwide is|estimated to be at least 43.3 million.
10:00:53:01    10:00:56:10    (screen text) Slovakia-Ukraine,|Border
10:00:57:00    10:01:04:00    (english dialogue) There is no human being inside, except the driver of course, then there is no alarm or anything. Nothing changes really.
10:01:07:22    10:01:09:07    Are the Pakistanis still here?               
10:01:09:13    10:01:11:19    They’ve already been sent back to Ukraine.
10:01:13:00    10:01:16:00    (english dialogue) This is the border control unit center.
10:01:19:00    10:01:25:00    (english dialogue) This is the fence, end of the fence, active fence with live pictures.
10:01:27:00    10:01:31:00    (english dialogue) They have no idea there is a camera system. It’s a darkness, they don’t see anything.
10:01:32:00    10:01:44:00    (english dialogue) Funny walking. This is quite strange system, the Ukrainians border officers use. They put strings and you have to avoid them, and they think we have the same system in Slovakia.
10:01:46:00    10:01:52:00    (english dialogue) These three are moving backwards, to make footsteps going the other way.
10:01:55:00    10:02:01:00    (english dialogue) There is a group of four immigrants. That’s about four kilometres away. So it’s just before midnight.
10:02:02:00    10:02:11:00    (english dialogue) Absolutely clear picture. These are the patrols up there. So those people have no idea that somebody is waiting in front of them and they will catch them in a minute.
10:02:14:00    10:02:20:00    (english dialogue) The patrol is coming from the left-hand side. This is the time when they catch the immigrants.
10:02:22:00    10:02:27:00    (english dialogue) It’s very easy. That’s the picture in complete darkness. So that’s the point of the thermic camera.
10:02:29:00    10:02:35:00    (english dialogue) It’s quite amazing. It’s the end of the trip for them.
10:02:43:03    10:02:48:05    (screen text) Nura Bishar|16, from Somalia
10:02:46:15    10:02:50:22    (screen text) Traiskirchen refugee camp, Austria
10:03:00:02    10:03:03:03    I’ve lived here for a long time now.|You can trust me.
10:03:03:09    10:03:05:14    I was the first one here.               
10:03:05:15    10:03:07:20    How long have you been here?|- Seventeen years.
10:03:09:11    10:03:10:20    What was the|Somali interpreter like?               
10:03:11:08    10:03:16:02    I told him that I have to wait|for the doctor to determine my age.               
10:03:18:02    10:03:21:14    Do you know|what city they’ll take you to?
10:03:21:21    10:03:25:16    No.|They might send us back.               
10:03:28:05    10:03:32:08    It doesn’t matter where, I just want|to get asylum in Austria, God willing.               
10:03:33:22    10:03:36:03    Here are my papers.|- Give them here.               
10:03:37:16    10:03:40:13    How much does a computer cost?|I want to get my head checked.               
10:03:40:20    10:03:44:12    What kind of computer?|- One that can check my head.               
10:03:44:19    10:03:48:19    That isn’t possible because|you don’t have a legal status here.               
10:03:49:00    10:03:51:21    They won’t check me because|I don’t have a legal status?               
10:03:53:05    10:03:57:13    After you leave the camp and|have a legal status, then it’ll be possible.               
10:03:58:20    10:04:00:24    Did you mention that during the interview?|- Yeah.
10:04:01:22    10:04:03:14    Did you hurt your head?               
10:04:03:17    10:04:05:19    Yeah, here.               
10:04:05:23    10:04:08:10    Did you show them the scar?|- Yeah.               
10:04:08:12    10:04:11:14    Whenever I look at something,|everything goes dark.               
10:04:11:20    10:04:14:03    My head’s hurt here.               
10:04:15:01    10:04:17:01    How did you hurt your head?               
10:04:17:03    10:04:21:21    A gunshot wound from Somalia.               
10:04:23:22    10:04:24:19    It cut like this.               
10:04:25:14    10:04:27:19    You can feel it.               
10:04:28:12    10:04:30:13    You need a doctor.               
10:04:32:02    10:04:33:05    Yeah.               
10:04:43:24    10:04:47:14    (screen text) Jawid Najafi|17, from Afghanistan
10:04:46:08    10:04:50:09    (screen text) Vienna, Austria|Refugio Home
10:04:55:22    10:04:59:09    They’ll definitely ask questions.               
10:05:00:00    10:05:02:14    I’m sure they will,|but so what?               
10:05:02:19    10:05:05:23    They’ll ask why we fled|from Afghanistan.
10:05:06:04    10:05:09:12    We’ll speak Dari,|then no one will understand us.
10:05:11:01    10:05:12:20    This is Alem.|Alem and Jawid.               
10:05:13:20    10:05:17:21    When a minor, a child is with|his or her mother or father,
10:05:18:03    10:05:22:00    it’s easier then fleeing alone.               
10:05:22:03    10:05:24:08    And so,|unaccompanied minor refugees               
10:05:24:21    10:05:28:20    are young people who flee|without their parents or,
10:05:29:01    10:05:32:11    in most cases,|without any other relatives.
10:05:32:14    10:05:37:09    They have an advantage compared to|adult refugees, because they can’t easily
10:05:37:12    10:05:42:15    be deported to another European country|that they came through.
10:05:43:01    10:05:47:03    I believe you spent a long time in Greece, Alem.|- Yeah, I was in Greece for four months.               
10:05:47:06    10:05:49:20    Who has been in Greece?               
10:05:50:05    10:05:51:15    It was nice, wasn’t it?               
10:05:51:21    10:05:54:06    Sunny.|And what was it like where you were?
10:05:54:09    10:05:58:14    Hard.|I had to sleep in parks, or               
10:05:58:20    10:06:02:07    on the street.|There wasn’t any food or anything. 10:06:02:10    10:06:06:13    And then you went on to Italy.|- In a truck.
10:06:06:19    10:06:11:04    There’s a little box down there.               
10:06:11:10    10:06:15:18    And were you alone or with others?|- I was alone.     
10:06:16:14    10:06:19:16    Weren’t you afraid?               
10:06:21:05    10:06:23:24    It was difficult down there.|- How many hours?
10:06:24:08    10:06:29:17    To Italy ...|About 16 or 17 hours.               
10:06:29:23    10:06:31:24    And how much did it cost?               
10:06:32:04    10:06:34:17    Nothing at all.               
10:06:36:07    10:06:38:05    There were smugglers otherwise?               
10:06:38:11    10:06:41:12    Yeah, to Greece.|From Greece to Austria, no.     
10:06:41:18    10:06:43:22    And do you still have|family in Afghanistan?     
10:06:44:24    10:06:45:22    No, I don’t have anybody.               
10:06:52:16    10:06:57:04    (screen text) Suleiman|13, from Afghanistan
10:06:58:03    10:07:01:16    (screen text) Patras, Greece|a self organized|Afghani Refugee Camp
10:07:03:19    10:07:08:03    Just so that everything is clear,|what we’re doing here…
10:07:09:04    10:07:12:17    we are making a documentary film.|A documentary film!               
10:07:12:24    10:07:17:07    A film that is not in an English|or American style.               
10:07:18:12    10:07:23:08    We know that there are|special rights for children.               
10:07:24:15    10:07:30:16    It is exactly these that are ignored|by many EU Countries, especially Greece.               
10:07:31:09    10:07:37:11    Minors are hanging under trucks|and jumping over the fence in the Harbor.               
10:07:37:14    10:07:40:10    And then their bodies are later|found somewhere else.               
10:07:41:06    10:07:43:19    Who is ready and under 18?               
10:07:44:17    10:07:45:23    I am under aged.               
10:07:46:14    10:07:48:16    How old are you?|- 14.               
10:07:49:23    10:07:51:23    The police did this to him.               
10:07:52:08    10:07:54:11    Will you film tomorrow?               
10:07:54:13    10:07:56:11    We are planning to film 5 of you …               
10:07:56:19    10:07:58:17    Yes, I will be here.               
10:07:58:20    10:08:01:04    Tomorrow I’ll try my luck again|in the harbor. Maybe this time I’ll make it.               
10:08:01:06    10:08:04:10    I am praying for you and for you all,|that you make it.               
10:08:05:07    10:08:10:22    If you don’t get through, then we will see you|tomorrow between 9 and 10 a.m.               
10:08:19:19    10:08:25:10    Three days ago, I wanted to hide|in a truck in the harbor.               
10:08:25:18    10:08:28:21    They caught me and slammed|my head into the door.     
10:08:28:24    10:08:34:01    After that I was out of it. I thought|the ground was up and the sky was down.               
10:08:34:13    10:08:37:11    I bled so much that I had almost|no strength to walk.               
10:08:37:21    10:08:47:19    The policeman kicked me at the door|and said: Get out of here!               
10:08:48:02    10:08:54:12    Then I wanted to go to the Red Cross|so that the police would be stopped and questioned.               
10:08:55:19    10:08:59:09    I said: The police beat me up.|They just laughed.     
10:08:59:18    10:09:01:24    How do we get out of here?               
10:09:02:02    10:09:05:23    One says this and the other that.|Nobody knows what we should do.               
10:09:06:03    10:09:11:08    It doesn’t matter what we do. They arrest us,|beat us up and then let us run.               
10:09:11:18    10:09:15:04    It doesn’t do us any good.|I have already tried it seven or eight times.               
10:09:15:16    10:09:20:17    I could have just run away a few times,|before they caught me.               
10:09:21:04    10:09:22:20    What are you going to do now?               
10:09:23:13    10:09:24:20    You are still very young!               
10:09:25:00    10:09:29:21    If I stay here, there’s only|beatings from the police.               
10:09:30:14    10:09:33:07    If I can get further, maybe they|will be nicer to me.               
10:09:33:08    10:09:35:01    You don’t have any papers here?               
10:09:35:06    10:09:40:00    They don’t have any fingerprints from me.|But I must leave this country in one month.               
10:09:40:20    10:09:42:17    First, it’s important to|get out of Greece.     
10:09:42:20    10:09:45:01    Yes, first out of Greece.               
10:09:45:21    10:09:47:21    What about your parents?               
10:09:48:03    10:09:51:11    If we call home, we just cry|and don’t say anything.               
10:09:51:17    10:09:54:11    We have no idea what|we should do.               
10:09:54:14    10:09:58:01    From where do you telephone?|All the telephones are locked.               
10:09:58:02    10:10:03:14    We go in secret and buy|ourselves a telephone card.               
10:10:03:22    10:10:09:21    If we go to a telephone booth,|the police come and lock it.               
10:10:10:17    10:10:12:14    What did your mother say|when you left home?     10:10:13:08    10:10:17:22    When I called her, she cried.               
10:10:20:23    10:10:23:13    I went the whole way on foot.               
10:10:26:00    10:10:28:16    Did you see the 12 o’clock ship?               
10:10:28:23    10:10:30:05    Yes.               
10:10:30:18    10:10:33:11    That’s the one I really|want to get through on.     
10:11:09:06    10:11:13:04    You’re in Austria now.|A member state of the European Union.               
10:11:13:07    10:11:16:15    The Federal Asylum Office,|Austria’s authority for refugee affairs,               
10:11:16:18    10:11:19:20    will examine your asylum application               
10:11:19:23    10:11:22:23    according to Austrian asylum law.               
10:11:23:01    10:11:27:06    Fill out the form|fully and truthfully.               
10:11:29:03    10:11:34:12    If you decide to voluntarily return to your|home country in safety and dignity,               
10:11:34:15    10:11:38:06    you can receive|professional counseling and help.    10:11:39:18    10:11:43:18    (screen text) Ahmed Khodadadi|18, from Afghanistan
10:11:41:12    10:11:44:23    (screen text) Traiskirchen refugee camp, Austria
10:11:48:22    10:11:51:17    Hello, how are you?|Is everything OK?               
10:11:53:12    10:11:54:15    They said I’m three years older.               
10:11:55:09    10:11:58:02    The main thing is that|your heart’s in the right place.               
10:12:01:19    10:12:03:06    Hello, how are you?               
10:12:04:04    10:12:06:17    Did you get the white card?|- No.               
10:12:11:05    10:12:13:15    Are you in Europe or in Asia?|- Europe.               
10:12:14:06    10:12:16:16    Who knows?               
10:12:17:20    10:12:23:11    I ended up in Villach.|It was only afterwards that I realized where I was.               
10:12:23:17    10:12:27:20    Afterwards we realized that we were in Austria.|- We didn’t even know where we were.               
10:12:28:00    10:12:30:24    We thought we were in Germany,|France or someplace like that.               
10:12:31:12    10:12:34:15    Or Australia.               
10:12:34:22    10:12:38:03    You went through one, two,|three, four, five countries.               
10:12:39:11    10:12:41:21    I was picked up by the Greek police.               
10:12:42:00    10:12:46:06    These cops, they ride around in motorboats.|The coast guard.               
10:12:46:13    10:12:52:02    They held my legs and|pushed my head underwater.
10:12:52:11    10:12:55:15    The boat was going|over 100 kilometers and hour. 10:12:55:19    10:12:59:14    And they pulled me along,|deported me back to Turkey.               
10:13:00:19    10:13:02:24    But if you’re arrested at the Iranian border,|you have to bribe them,               
10:13:03:21    10:13:07:04    ... with about ten to fifteen thousand dollars.
10:13:07:13    10:13:12:14    If you don’t pay, they show you|some chopped-off ears and tell you ...               
10:13:12:17    10:13:15:10    ... that either you give them the money|or they’ll do the same thing to you.               
10:13:15:13    10:13:17:17    If you don’t pay,|they kill you.               
10:13:18:17    10:13:21:15    When I was arrested the first time and|they were going to deport me to Istanbul,               
10:13:21:18    10:13:24:11    ... there were ten soldiers|on each side of the border.               
10:13:24:17    10:13:29:04    They kicked us and hit us|with clubs and things like that.               
10:13:29:06    10:13:31:20    The guys called that|the Walk of Death.               
10:13:36:16    10:13:41:10    You don’t have to tell me|about your escape.
10:13:44:20    10:13:46:21    You lost your cap.               
10:13:52:18    10:13:55:13    The train to Vienna|leaves from here.               
10:13:57:07    10:13:59:06    There are lots of Somalis in Vienna.               
10:14:00:10    10:14:03:09    ... these foreigners just take and take.
10:14:03:22    10:14:05:20    What’s his problem?               
10:14:06:24    10:14:08:14    Don’t wanna work, come ...               
10:14:09:02    10:14:10:10    He’s crazy.               
10:14:10:13    10:14:12:05    Fucking Moslems ...               
10:14:12:08    10:14:15:05    Don’t make any money ...|Get a job.               
10:14:15:11    10:14:18:07    You’re not an Austrian.|Don’t try to tell me you are.               
10:14:18:10    10:14:21:01    Sure.|- You’re a bum, nationalist.               
10:14:21:05    10:14:22:22    What did you call me?|Bum?               
10:14:23:00    10:14:24:02    Look at yourself.               
10:14:24:21    10:14:28:00    You’re not normal.|- No culture, ignorant.
10:14:29:02    10:14:32:07    He’s one of the people|who are afraid of foreigners.               
10:14:32:20    10:14:38:24    They hate foreigners because|they’re scared they’ll take all their money.               
10:14:39:04    10:14:44:16    He thinks that foreigners|are here to rob him.
10:14:47:12    10:14:50:14    Someone has to tell him the truth.|He doesn’t know it.               
10:14:53:17    10:14:56:22    ... sure, where are the cops?|Where’s a cop?
10:14:57:00    10:15:00:17    Mammy, go home!|Mammy, go home!               
10:15:00:22    10:15:03:09    OK. Bye!               
10:15:06:03    10:15:09:15    Did he say he’s sorry?|- No.               
10:15:17:05    10:15:21:16    He’s a crazy man.|- He isn’t normal.               
10:15:25:03    10:15:30:20    How can someone have|that much time to follow us?     
10:15:31:03    10:15:35:17    Can’t you put your cap on better?|It keeps flying off your head.               
10:15:41:23    10:15:46:05    When my answer finally gets here,|I’m going to celebrate, even if it’s a rejection.               
10:15:48:15    10:15:51:04    We don’t have any money,|or jobs, we don’t have anything.               
10:15:51:08    10:15:53:03    No home.               
10:15:53:24    10:15:56:07    Jawid’s in love and wants to go back.               
10:15:57:11    10:16:00:03    Forget lovers, they’re ruined.               
10:16:02:01    10:16:04:05    What?|- Forget lovers, they’re ruined.               
10:16:04:10    10:16:05:24    Worse than ruined.               
10:16:06:04    10:16:09:12    You’re talking about love.|Is being in love a sin?               
10:16:13:18    10:16:18:13    These are the rules.|Whether you’re given asylum or deported ...               
10:16:19:03    10:16:24:10    Here, if you come to Austria,|you’re deported immediately.               
10:16:24:19    10:16:28:06    He said they shoot at you with pistols.               
10:16:28:15    10:16:32:01    Here you come to Austria,|and here to Camp Traiskirchen.               
10:16:32:07    10:16:35:05    They give you an ID|and then you’re here.
10:16:35:24    10:16:39:03    I’m not sure,|but I think we’re here.               
10:16:40:19    10:16:42:12    What’s that?               
10:16:43:14    10:16:46:18    I don’t know what that is, VfGH.               
10:16:47:03    10:16:49:24    That means gone.               
10:16:53:00    10:16:58:21    Assadi, don’t cut too much off,|just like always.
10:17:02:06    10:17:06:02    Should I thin this out?|- Yeah, but don’t cut too much off.               
10:17:08:02    10:17:11:12    I’ll be done in ten minutes.               
10:17:12:07    10:17:14:15    No, Assadi, not like that.               
10:17:17:13    10:17:23:12    This is Europe.|You have to be trained to cut hair.               
10:17:25:10    10:17:31:03    You have to be trained|to clean windows. 10:17:32:22    10:17:35:02    Interesting.               
10:17:44:01    10:17:46:01    I heard something.               
10:17:49:10    10:17:50:17    Go take a look.               
10:17:52:09    10:17:56:15    (screen text) Hichame|17, from Algeria               
10:17:55:14    10:17:59:01    (screen text) Ceuta,|Spanish exclave in North Africa
10:18:03:07    10:18:05:12    Who’s there?               
10:18:12:03    10:18:18:04    I was in the refugee center for two days.|They checked me, then they had to let me go.               
10:18:20:03    10:18:24:07    And then you’ll be back in the mountains,|in Lacoste and an Adidas tracksuit.               
10:18:27:02    10:18:33:12    The vacation season’s just starting,|and there’ll be lots of tourists.               
10:18:33:20    10:18:40:13    When the tourists are here, the cops|don’t spend as much time chasing us.               
10:18:40:23    10:18:46:02    They come around in civilian clothes|and sneak up on us like snakes.               
10:18:46:08    10:18:50:15    They’ll take us to jail|and deport us to Algeria.
10:18:51:11    10:18:52:11    Give me your papers.               
10:18:55:03    10:18:57:13    That’s the notification that|I have to leave the country.               
10:18:59:04    10:19:05:07    That’s a stamp from the police|that they’re going to deport me from Ceuta.               
10:19:07:08    10:19:13:04    Look, it’s all there,|in black and white.
10:19:26:08    10:19:29:00    Let’s check out the area.               
10:19:36:19    10:19:42:12    One guy went onto|the Spanish mainland on top of a truck.               
10:19:46:23    10:19:49:17    A cop just drove by.               
10:19:50:14    10:19:54:14    Look to see|if a new truck arrived.               
10:20:26:02    10:20:29:07    You’ll have to eat that by yourself,|it’s not enough for everybody.               
10:20:34:10    10:20:39:20    Is that the last bottle of water?|- No, we have another one from Doctors Without Borders.               
10:20:45:12    10:20:49:22    I’ll make coffee now,|like a beautiful young woman.               
10:20:57:04    10:21:01:22    They took it, I can’t find it.|- Did they steal it from us?               
10:21:07:01    10:21:09:06    I found it, calm down.               
10:21:10:15    10:21:12:11    Bring your mobile phone|here so we have some light.               
10:21:12:19    10:21:16:11    If we drink this good coffee now,|life will get much nicer.               
10:21:28:05    10:21:29:02    Great!               
10:21:29:21    10:21:33:05    How long have you been here?|- Six months.               
10:21:33:22    10:21:35:06    I’m a minor.               
10:21:35:17    10:21:37:24    They caught me in Algeciras|and sent me back here.               
10:21:38:14    10:21:41:21    I almost died.|The truck almost ran over me.               
10:21:42:01    10:21:47:10    The guards saved me and then beat me.|It still hurts here.               
10:21:48:02    10:21:52:05    They beat me with sticks.|It really hurt.               
10:21:53:06    10:21:56:16    I’ll make it to Europe in a boat|and then never come back to Ceuta.               
10:21:56:18    10:21:58:04    Europe, Europe,|I’m coming.               
10:21:59:01    10:22:01:17    Let’s get some sleep.               
10:22:02:17    10:22:05:21    I just heard the police.               
10:22:05:24    10:22:08:11    They might take us in this time.               
10:22:10:03    10:22:14:18    There are lots of problems.|The police are always after us.               
10:22:19:06    10:22:21:16    The police shot their guns today.|They shot at us.               
10:22:21:24    10:22:27:08    They shot tennis guns.|They use rubber bullets.               
10:22:30:10    10:22:33:14    They shot rubber bullets at us.               
10:22:36:20    10:22:39:13    We ran away from them|the whole time.               
10:22:40:08    10:22:43:05    We ran into the woods.               
10:22:47:02    10:22:53:17    The police entered the woods this morning at five.|We managed to get away.               
10:22:56:18    10:22:59:24    This time the police|wants to send us back home.               
10:23:01:02    10:23:04:09    We don’t know,|maybe fate will decide.               
10:23:05:12    10:23:07:11    That’s the way it is,|that’s life.               
10:23:09:00    10:23:11:24    Maybe we’ll meet again in Europe.               
10:23:13:00    10:23:16:01    I’m staying in the mountains.               
10:23:20:00    10:23:21:24    First off, the question|of whether you’ll get asylum.               
10:23:22:05    10:23:27:13    The authorities will have to decide|whether you were persecuted in your home country.               
10:23:27:21    10:23:31:18    It’s not enough for you|to say that it’s dangerous there               
10:23:32:02    10:23:34:15    and that lots of people|are dying.               
10:23:34:21    10:23:39:06    And only if you convince the authorities|that you personally were persecuted,               
10:23:39:09    10:23:42:07    because of your religion,               
10:23:42:13    10:23:45:23    or because you|belonged to a certain political party,               
10:23:46:04    10:23:49:00    only then will you get asylum.               
10:23:50:03    10:23:53:11    Ask him about if you|had problems and your own family ...               
10:23:53:15    10:23:57:07    If your life was in danger and|you had problems with the police.               
10:23:57:13    10:24:02:03    If you need proof and|you can’t provide it, what’ll happen.               
10:24:02:18    10:24:06:22    The important thing is always|whether the authorities believe you, OK?               
10:24:07:04    10:24:11:13    If the authorities say, no, you|weren’t persecuted, so you don’t get asylum,               
10:24:11:17    10:24:15:11    then they have to decide whether|you can get subsidiary protection.               
10:24:15:14    10:24:21:21    That’s when your|home country’s so dangerous               
10:24:22:00    10:24:26:22    that your life would be threatened if you|were deported, if you were forced to return.               
10:24:27:03    10:24:32:15    And if your asylum application’s|rejected, you might be deported.               
10:24:33:12    10:24:37:20    The Federal Asylum Office|intends to reject your application               
10:24:38:02    10:24:41:04    because it’s apparently not justified.               
10:24:41:15    10:24:44:01    And for that reason|the asylum process hasn’t been approved.               
10:24:44:04    10:24:47:00    They don’t believe he’s a minor,               
10:24:47:20    10:24:52:03    and I can’t explain|why nothing’s been done since late October,               
10:24:52:06    10:24:55:14    why there hasn’t|been any kind of decision               
10:24:55:17    10:24:59:12    or whether starting the process|has been approved.               
10:25:00:08    10:25:03:11    Through Greece?               
10:25:03:21    10:25:09:24    He wants me to translate what|he said about how terrible Greece was.               
10:25:10:02    10:25:15:12    I know about that from other cases.|I’m aware that there are big problems there.               
10:25:15:15    10:25:20:22    He knows how|terrible it is from other cases.               
10:25:24:24    10:25:29:02    I’m a heavy burden,|let me go.               
10:25:32:15    10:25:40:03    I’ll tell you everything, everything, with my last breath.|Let me go, and go on without me.               
10:25:40:21    10:25:45:12    I’ll tell you everything, everything, with my last breath.|Let me go, and go on without me.               
10:25:46:14    10:25:49:06    Don’t kiss,|people don’t like that here.               
10:26:00:02    10:26:01:09    Goodbye!               
10:26:02:02    10:26:04:13    Sing along with us.               
10:26:07:20    10:26:09:09    That’s the white card.               
10:26:09:15    10:26:12:24    Oh, you won.|We’re happy for you.               
10:26:16:13    10:26:20:06    Kiss the card!|- No, I won’t, that’s forbidden.               
10:26:22:10    10:26:25:01    It’s not forbidden, it’s normal.|- It’ll give you luck.               
10:26:29:22    10:26:33:17    You turned my head.|Now I’m exhausted from being in love.               
10:26:34:15    10:26:36:20    I’ve given up my life.               
10:26:38:01    10:26:44:05    I’ve turned away from all|other women because of you.               
10:26:48:04    10:26:51:22    I send you all my love.               
10:27:33:02    10:27:38:13    Tell the young lady my name’s Gassim.|I’m the supervisor here in Caravan home.               
10:27:38:19    10:27:41:05    I want to talk about Caravan.               
10:27:41:07    10:27:46:11    You were in Traiskirchen and|now you’re at the Caravan home in Vienna.               
10:27:46:15    10:27:48:16    There’s no smoking in Caravan.               
10:27:48:22    10:27:52:21    We don’t want|any drugs in Caravan.               
10:27:52:24    10:27:57:08    If we see any,|we’ll call the police.               
10:27:59:12    10:28:04:10    Visiting hours are|every day from 2 to 6 p.m.               
10:28:05:06    10:28:10:15    At the beginning of every month|you’ll get 40 euros for pocket money.               
10:28:15:21    10:28:18:07    That’s all for today.               
10:28:18:20    10:28:21:09    It’s a shame that|you’re separated from your friend.               
10:28:22:00    10:28:27:13    She misses her friends.|- Yeah, that’s life.               
10:28:28:08    10:28:32:02    That’s the way things are,|that’s life.               
10:28:45:20    10:28:50:12    Normally, several different people|are called to the interview at 8 a.m.               
10:28:50:18    10:28:52:00    Good morning.               
10:28:58:13    10:29:03:03    This is Mr. Newole, his sponsor.|- Good morning.               
10:29:03:12    10:29:07:21    Please sit down.|Yeah.               
10:29:22:18    10:29:26:05    Yeah, I think that went very well.|- Yeah, it was great. It was OK.               
10:29:26:08    10:29:30:06    It was correct.|We’ll have to see about your ID.               
10:29:30:09    10:29:32:15    When was it really issued?               
10:29:32:18    10:29:36:09    If I understood correctly, it was|issued around the time of his birth.               
10:29:36:12    10:29:41:02    It’s normal that changes were made.|- Yeah, that’s right. I think so too.               
10:29:41:05    10:29:44:01    Because ...|There has to be a change, the photo.               
10:29:44:18    10:29:47:21    I always wonder,|and I really have to ask               
10:29:48:00    10:29:50:12    what kind of|correlating documents they have.               
10:29:50:15    10:29:54:21    You did well.|- A little too nervous.               
10:29:55:08    10:29:58:08    Yeah, but that’s normal when|you don’t know what’s going to happen.               
10:29:58:11    10:30:02:06    I can understand that. It’s taking a long time.|You get worn down.               
10:30:04:16    10:30:06:09    Hello, pretty man!               
10:30:10:17    10:30:15:24    I was afraid at first,|he looked so mean.               
10:30:17:03    10:30:20:19    He acts mean to see whether|you get nervous and make mistakes.               
10:30:21:08    10:30:22:21    He asked a really dumb question:               
10:30:23:15    10:30:29:24    How do I know my birth date?               
10:30:30:22    10:30:34:19    Did you ask him|how he knows his own birth date?               
10:30:35:02    10:30:40:04    I told him that|I have an ID and it has my birth date.               
10:30:41:10    10:30:44:19    He asked about school, and my teachers,|who they were, their names ...               
10:30:47:16    10:30:50:20    So stupid ...               
10:30:52:14    10:31:00:05    At the end finally he said,|you can go, all Afghans get Article 8.               
10:31:05:03    10:31:08:07    (screen text) Border to Marokko|Melilla, Spanish exclave in North Africa               
10:31:12:11    10:31:18:04    This fence is a trap,|it’s a death machine.               
10:31:20:11    10:31:26:20    There’s a Moroccan soldier every|50 meters with a gun, and he’ll really use it.               
10:31:27:17    10:31:33:16    If refugees touch the fence|or climb over it, they’ll be shot.               
10:31:35:19    10:31:41:04    All this is planned and|financed by the European Union.               
10:31:41:08    10:31:45:01    They pay the Moroccan soldiers too.               
10:31:45:21    10:31:52:04    If you climb up that,|you have to jump down six meters.               
10:31:52:17    10:31:57:21    Then you come|to a kind of net of electric cables.               
10:31:58:03    10:32:04:04    That hurts you so bad|that your guts hang out.               
10:32:05:05    10:32:12:18    If you jump down and make it|through the cables, there’s another fence.               
10:32:13:09    10:32:18:08    Then there’s a second net|of electric cables.               
10:32:18:13    10:32:22:24    Then there’s a shower|of pepper spray.               
10:32:25:02    10:32:33:01    If you survive that, there are the flashing lights.|They’re so bright they blind you.               
10:32:34:19    10:32:41:05    If you get through that, there’s|a barbed-wire fence that’s six meters high.               
10:32:42:02    10:32:45:19    You have to get over that ...               
10:32:47:05    10:32:50:10    ... and then you fall to the ground.               
10:32:53:08    10:33:01:04    As soon as a refugee jumps down and|touches Spanish soil, the police is there.               
10:33:08:10    10:33:11:22    (screen text) Ibrahim|16, from Marokko               
10:33:10:01    10:33:13:01    (screen text) Center for Unaccompanied Refugee Minors|Melilla, Border to Marokko               
10:33:14:20    10:33:17:05    We lived at this center.               
10:33:19:07    10:33:20:19    Mohammed, come here!               
10:33:22:22    10:33:25:05    They’re killing us,|the supervisors beat us!               
10:33:26:02    10:33:28:06    We don’t have anything to eat!               
10:33:29:19    10:33:30:10    Come here, now!               
10:33:34:15    10:33:40:18    I used to be scared of the|supervisors and all adults.               
10:33:40:22    10:33:45:01    I listened to them all the time|and they never listened to me.               
10:33:45:04    10:33:49:03    I had to live with that,|and I cried a lot.               
10:33:49:07    10:33:55:09    And what was it all for?|I’m on the street now.               
10:33:55:16    10:34:03:11    They don’t care about me, I don’t need them|anymore. Things are better on the street.               
10:34:04:14    10:34:07:15    All the supervisors take advantage of us.|They all abuse us.               
10:34:08:10    10:34:11:19    We want rights. We don’t have any rights.|We want our rights!               
10:34:12:00    10:34:15:05    We want our rights!|We want our papers!               
10:34:15:12    10:34:18:06    We’re minors,|we want our rights!               
10:34:19:15    10:34:21:14    You’ve been|in Melilla for four years.               
10:34:22:22    10:34:24:07    And I’ve been here for three.               
10:34:26:11    10:34:30:02    Why did you leave the center?|- We had to survive.               
10:34:30:14    10:34:32:18    We picked garbage cans|and took old cables.               
10:34:33:00    10:34:35:10    We ran through the neighborhood,|collecting everything.               
10:34:35:15    10:34:38:08    And we sold it all|for two euros a kilo.               
10:34:39:03    10:34:41:20    Life here’s tough.|Maybe it’s a little easier at the center.               
10:34:42:19    10:34:44:07    What will happen to you here?               
10:34:44:13    10:34:48:20    The cops will come,|put you in a car, take you to the border.               
10:34:49:19    10:34:53:13    A ride in a car, a beating, the border.               
10:34:53:19    10:34:57:17    If a supervisor hits you|and threatens you, don’t run away!               
10:34:58:16    10:35:02:15    They’ll do everything they can|so you leave, and live on the streets.               
10:35:02:19    10:35:04:20    I haven’t eaten anything for three days.               
10:35:05:21    10:35:09:14    Look what I did to my hand.|Do you think that’s a good thing?               
10:35:09:18    10:35:13:06    I did that. Why?|Because of what they did!               
10:35:13:17    10:35:17:18    Do you think that’s a good thing?|- No.               
10:35:18:18    10:35:20:00    I cried.               
10:35:20:07    10:35:27:09    My sisters, my aunt,|my parents are waiting at home for me.               
10:35:27:22    10:35:30:04    They don’t have anything to eat.|My aunt said told me ...               
10:35:30:07    10:35:33:08    ... that she doesn’t have anything.|Nothing.               
10:35:34:09    10:35:37:20    I won’t go home with empty hands.               
10:35:38:07    10:35:42:05    You said you want a job, a car.               
10:35:42:12    10:35:46:21    But a car, a job.|That takes a lot of work.               
10:35:48:17    10:35:53:05    You have to put up|with a lot for a car and a job.               
10:35:53:17    10:35:57:22    Do you understand what I’m saying?|You’re still young ...               
10:35:58:11    10:36:02:04    And you have a lot of responsibility,|even though you’re still young.               
10:36:02:12    10:36:07:05    You’re in a hurry|because a family’s waiting for you.               
10:36:07:21    10:36:13:12    You have to truly believe|that big things take time.               
10:36:14:24    10:36:19:11    Learning takes time.|Getting out of the center takes time.               
10:36:20:22    10:36:24:11    You’re here to fight.               
10:36:29:22    10:36:32:16    Whenever I see this plane ...               
10:36:32:23    10:36:35:05    ... I imagine that I’m on it.               
10:36:35:17    10:36:37:15    You, on the plane?|- Yeah.               
10:36:37:20    10:36:41:11    For that you’d have to go back to the center|and stick it out for another nine months.               
10:36:41:15    10:36:44:20    Or your dream|will never come true.               
10:36:44:24    10:36:48:21    If God wants that, yes.|If these people want that too, yes.               
10:36:49:00    10:36:50:09    Do you want it too?               
10:36:50:13    10:36:54:00    I do, I swear,|I want it most of all.               
10:37:08:20    10:37:11:04    That means I’m 17, right?               
10:37:11:09    10:37:12:14    17, right?               
10:37:12:17    10:37:21:05    13.02.69.|70, 80, 90, that means you’re over 30.               
10:37:21:15    10:37:25:02    That’s my real birth date.|- 1369?               
10:37:25:06    10:37:26:17    I’ll be turning 17.               
10:37:26:22    10:37:29:19    1369. How old will you be|according to the Afghan calendar?               
10:37:31:13    10:37:33:24    It’s 1385 now, right?               
10:37:34:07    10:37:36:21    Write legibly.               
10:37:43:08    10:37:45:15    13.12.1990.               
10:37:46:24    10:37:50:13    I’ve been here at the camp for six months and|my asylum process still hasn’t been approved.               
10:37:55:08    10:38:00:02    I’m really afraid of Greece.|It’s worse than death.               
10:38:00:09    10:38:03:11    If I hadn’t left,|I wouldn’t be alive now.               
10:38:04:08    10:38:11:03    If the doctor says I’m 150,|then that’s how old I am.               
10:38:11:13    10:38:17:13    He asked me why I look this way.|I told him that I was beat up, I’m ruined.               
10:38:18:19    10:38:22:17    I’ve worked in a quarry|since I was nine.               
10:38:22:17    10:38:24:12    They recently showed|the Afghans in Patras on TV.               
10:38:26:18    10:38:31:22    The doctor asked me|if I’ve ever had sex with a girl.               
10:38:32:00    10:38:34:22    I said|I’ve slept with lots of girls.               
10:38:37:17    10:38:39:21    Europeans have sex with they’re 14.|- That’s the way!               
10:38:40:03    10:38:45:13    But for us,|they say we’re definitely over 18.               
10:38:48:06    10:38:52:15    You can have four things.|Pick a coat.               
10:38:54:19    10:38:57:06    Get something|that’ll keep you warm.               
10:38:59:08    10:39:01:12    These shoes|aren’t good for snow.               
10:39:03:14    10:39:05:19    What’s wrong with you?|This is winter, not summer.               
10:39:06:00    10:39:07:22    You have to pick winter shoes.               
10:39:10:21    10:39:13:11    Look at this one.|- I think this one’s nicer.               
10:39:14:00    10:39:16:02    No, this one’s too short.               
10:39:16:08    10:39:20:10    I don’t like that.|That’s a raincoat.               
10:39:21:00    10:39:23:06    It’ll snow soon.               
10:39:26:05    10:39:28:15    Should I take this one?|- No, the other one’s better.               
10:39:29:00    10:39:33:07    That’s too soft.|- That’s OK under the coat.               
10:39:33:10    10:39:38:05    I want a pullover with a collar too.|I want to exchange this.               
10:39:38:22    10:39:41:01    I like the one with a collar.|- Do you want it?               
10:39:41:04    10:39:42:01    Yeah.               
10:39:56:06    10:39:58:03    Try everything!               
10:39:58:06    10:40:01:02    I like this perfume.               
10:40:06:18    10:40:12:00    Asha likes these perfumes.|- I like them a lot.               
10:40:16:11    10:40:18:22    Perfume can also calm you down.               
10:40:19:14    10:40:21:20    Will you give me perfume?               
10:40:21:24    10:40:24:18    Perfume, to drive out the Devil,|together with the Koran ...               
10:40:27:03    10:40:30:07    Pick up!|- Hello.               
10:40:32:02    10:40:36:04    How are you?|Yeah, I can tell it’s you.               
10:40:37:02    10:40:43:00    We’re in Vienna,|but we don’t know exactly where.               
10:40:43:04    10:40:46:12    Can you give us the address?|- No, I don’t give out my address.               
10:40:47:08    10:40:48:18    Are you crazy!               
10:40:49:09    10:40:51:10    Oh, and you’re doing so well.               
10:40:52:15    10:40:56:15    What’s happening in Greece?               
10:40:56:20    10:40:59:02    When are you coming here?               
10:40:59:07    10:41:02:08    Hey, be careful what you say.|You’re being listened to.               
10:41:02:12    10:41:10:03    Nura, the police listen to the conversation.|You have to be careful.               
10:41:11:18    10:41:15:04    Watch out, Nura.               
10:41:16:13    10:41:20:17    You don’t talk|about these things on the phone.               
10:41:21:06    10:41:25:05    Will they bring you to Austria?               
10:41:28:10    10:41:30:23    Call back later.               
10:41:31:21    10:41:34:07    OK, Brother.               
10:41:37:03    10:41:41:06    Nura, the police|already has your phone number.               
10:41:41:19    10:41:47:02    What does the police want with my number?|- What do you know about it?!               
10:41:47:09    10:41:50:02    My telephone isn’t public property.               
10:41:50:05    10:41:56:01    In Europe they can bug any telephone.|Don’t you know about that?               
10:41:56:16    10:42:00:05    When you’re in jail,|you’ll hear all about it.               
10:42:00:14    10:42:03:04    We had a normal conversation,|nothing political.               
10:42:03:08    10:42:05:10    You talked about immigrant smugglers.               
10:42:05:14    10:42:08:08    We came through Greece too.|That’s normal.               
10:42:08:18    10:42:10:18    You shouldn’t|get these people into trouble!               
10:42:11:24    10:42:15:19    They might spy to find out where he is.               
10:42:20:20    10:42:26:20    That’s a Somali fairy tale!|Who’s going to put him in jail?               
10:42:27:10    10:42:30:10    They even bug the president.|You’re small stuff compared to him.               
10:42:36:01    10:42:36:20    Hello.               
10:42:37:06    10:42:42:13    Well, he said that|you’ll definitely get Article 8               
10:42:42:16    10:42:45:22    because the situation|in Afghanistan’s so dangerous ...               
10:42:46:04    10:42:51:10    but he’s apparently|not sure about asylum.               
10:42:51:13    10:42:56:01    I assume he|checked the information you gave,               
10:42:56:13    10:43:04:00    that he made an inquiry|with a legal counsel or an embassy,               
10:43:04:08    10:43:10:16    and they’ll determine whether|these teachers were really at the school.               
10:43:11:00    10:43:15:14    That would strengthen your credibility.               
10:43:16:16    10:43:19:04    What can I do with Article 8?               
10:43:19:11    10:43:25:16    You can work, and you can|expect to get Austrian citizenship,               
10:43:25:19    10:43:29:01    though that takes 15 years.               
10:43:29:12    10:43:32:15    Can you travel with Article 8?|- No, you can’t.               
10:43:33:03    10:43:37:15    And no travel inside the EU?|- That’s possible only with a passport.               
10:43:37:23    10:43:40:00    And you’ll get a special card               
10:43:40:03    10:43:45:17    with a note that indicates your|residency permit is for a tolerated alien.               
10:43:48:08    10:43:51:11    And on October 3|you’ll become an adult.               
10:43:51:14    10:43:56:01    Then the municipal department|will no longer be responsible for you.               
10:43:56:09    10:44:00:01    In other words,|he won’t have any kind of supervision.               
10:44:00:04    10:44:04:10    Right, he won’t have any kind of|supervision because he’ll be an adult.               
10:44:05:10    10:44:11:02    So there’s hardly any|chance of you being deported, OK?               
10:44:12:11    10:44:15:24    Hello.|Good morning.               
10:44:18:19    10:44:21:14    No English.|- This is Petra.               
10:44:22:05    10:44:28:01    We invited you here|because you’re new in Vienna.               
10:44:28:04    10:44:31:08    I wanted to introduce myself.|My name’s Alfred.               
10:44:31:11    10:44:35:02    This is the city of|Vienna’s Youth Welfare Office.               
10:44:36:04    10:44:42:13    And we will represent you during your asylum process,|because you said you’re under 18 years of age               
10:44:43:16    10:44:45:16    and you’re here|without your parents.               
10:44:46:16    10:44:49:21    You’ll then be|interviewed here in Vienna,               
10:44:50:02    10:44:54:13    and the focus will be|why you left Somalia.               
10:44:54:16    10:44:57:00    And then|we’ll meet again here,               
10:44:57:08    10:45:01:02    when we’ll have time to discuss|the reasons why you left your home country.               
10:45:01:13    10:45:06:13    Do you have any documents|from your home country?               
10:45:07:00    10:45:12:03    Fine. Any school certificates?|Did you go to school in Somalia?               
10:45:16:00    10:45:19:07    No.|- No. OK.               
10:45:20:02    10:45:22:15    Is learning German hard?               
10:45:26:24    10:45:29:20    Not so bad ...|- Not so bad?               
10:45:29:23    10:45:34:20    When you have time for it.|- Yeah, well, you’ll have enough plenty of time for it.               
10:45:35:02    10:45:38:10    It’s very important|that you learn German,               
10:45:38:20    10:45:44:24    because you’ll probably|be spending the rest of your life here.               
10:45:46:21    10:45:49:15    Do you have money now?               
10:45:50:03    10:45:55:03    I get 40 euros a month|and I’m already 15 euros in debt.               
10:45:55:08    10:45:59:21    I’m already 40 euros in debt.               
10:46:00:01    10:46:02:14    I’ll try to pay it back tomorrow.               
10:46:02:18    10:46:05:17    I’ll give you the 10 euros back.|- No.               
10:46:05:23    10:46:08:13    I heard that your|home’s better than mine.               
10:46:11:11    10:46:15:15    A new chapter’s starting for me.               
10:46:17:13    10:46:19:02    Will there be girls here?               
10:46:19:20    10:46:21:14    No.               
10:46:23:11    10:46:25:08    Welcome to Vienna's Refugee Ball!               
10:47:14:10    10:47:15:17    Hello, how are you?               
10:47:16:04    10:47:19:01    Ahmed, is that you?|Where have you been hiding?               
10:47:20:01    10:47:22:16    Where did you go?|You didn’t say goodbye.               
10:47:26:00    10:47:29:19    I was in jail, waiting to be deported,|how should I have come to see you?               
10:47:32:24    10:47:35:11    I’m in the middle|of Omonia Square.               
10:47:37:21    10:47:40:14    (screen text) Athens, Greece               
10:47:40:22    10:47:43:13    I live on the street here.|There is nothing for me here.               
10:47:44:17    10:47:46:09    I’m in Athens.               
10:47:46:17    10:47:48:23    You’re in Greece?|- Yeah.               
10:47:49:00    10:47:50:18    Do you have a job there?               
10:47:50:19    10:47:55:00    What job?|There are no jobs here.               
10:47:57:09    10:48:00:15    They deported you|just because of your fingerprint?               
10:48:00:20    10:48:03:24    And because of the age|the doctor determined in Linz.               
10:48:04:21    10:48:08:09    Hey, what are you doing?|You took pills? Are you stupid?               
10:48:09:00    10:48:12:07    Yeah, I was in the hospital for a week.               
10:48:12:14    10:48:15:04    Are you crazy?|Why did you do that?               
10:48:15:12    10:48:19:13    No, I’m not crazy.|I was under a lot of pressure.               
10:48:21:18    10:48:25:23    Ahmed, I was sorry to hear|you’d be deported to Greece.               
10:48:26:05    10:48:29:03    What should I do?|That’s the way it is.               
10:48:29:14    10:48:32:11    I’m so sad now,|do you understand?               
10:48:52:02    10:48:54:11    Hello, good morning.               
10:48:56:17    10:48:59:07    Go over there,|they need workers.               
10:49:05:17    10:49:08:08    Go look for work somewhere else.               
10:49:08:11    10:49:10:23    Do you know that other place|where you can get work?               
10:49:12:13    10:49:14:12    OK, bye.|- Bye.               
10:49:22:12    10:49:25:16    What would you do|if you had a car like that?               
10:49:25:19    10:49:28:06    I’d drive to America.               
10:49:28:10    10:49:32:05    A Turk told me|that if he had the whole world,               
10:49:32:08    10:49:35:22    ... he’d sell it and go to America.               
10:49:44:15    10:49:48:06    What will happen to us?               
10:49:49:13    10:49:52:00    With this red card ...               
10:49:52:20    10:49:55:07    With work, with life ...               
10:50:06:21    10:50:10:06    I won’t get an extension.               
10:50:10:19    10:50:14:05    That’s everything I have in life.               
10:50:16:14    10:50:20:05    Don’t think about it too much.|Something will happen.               
10:50:21:00    10:50:24:01    ... trust in God.               
10:50:27:12    10:50:30:04    Maybe something will happen.               
10:50:50:17    10:50:55:24    (screen text) 41 per cent of all refugees and|asylum-seekers are under the age of 18.               
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