Ayiva is desperate. He lives in Burkina Faso at the edge of the border of of existence of and last but not least dreams of living in better conditions, because of his 7-year old daughter and his sister. He and his best friend get ABAS on a refugee offered over a smuggling ring. The Mediterranean promises the greatest chances of success, and so the two in the middle of countless other refugees go, to Italy. There, they promise to earn money to feed their families. But already the journey is as hard, challenging struggle for survival. A storm coming and the boat is going to sink. As it does so, it called for all their desire to reach the Italian coast. Exhausted, but yet happy whether the arrival in rich Europe, the friends are ready to put their plan into action. But quickly it becomes clear that the reality of the expectation dealt a deep blow hard to methanogens. As the two get to know the Southern State, they have to look forward to be the uninhibited, everyday xenophobia?
Ayiva and ABAS make the search to work, which is not easy due to the sheer flood of volatile and high unemployment of southern Europe. Gradually they manage however to settle in better. But so that the thing is not complete, because racism is deeply rooted in the population. Soon will be the two Burkinabe witnesses and victims of xenophobia. It is obvious that the narratives and promises Medes (Adam Gnegne) of a golden future in Europe were nothing more than empty words.