The film is about Mzia, a 36 years old woman from Georgia who came to Greece looking for a better future. It interprets how she perceives my city, Athens. The everyday difficulties she faces combined with the attitude of the inhabitants. Through her own eyes, the film deals with things such as how space manipulate us and how alternative spaces trap and deal with our emotions. How a city, with a cultural context like Athens, prefers to gather its minorities in specific areas, the historic city center, so the rest of the people don’t have to interact with them in their everyday life. It’s showing a missing opportunity to transform a problem into a solution illustrated by the fact that changes need a proposal, a scenario, or at least something desirable. Realizing that, instead of trying to cover the problem up, we should pull it out, express it, only then we will own it. Because, in the end, the higher the wall the more people will wait for you on the outside.