The Idomeni refugee camp in Macedonia, whose conditions for migrants are terrible, is dismantled. The road to the Balkans will not reopen. Every day, every night, more migrants are turned away at the border, and many young people have disappeared into the wilderness.
Feriel, a little Afghan girl trying to reach Austria with her brother, is a painful example. With no other alternative but to leave the camp at the risk of being forced to return to Afghanistan, they take refuge in the surrounding mountains.
But a meeting with Elliniki, an old Greek woman who lives in seclusion in the wild Paiko massif, will change the course of this tragic story. Overwhelmed by so much misery, she will open her heart, which had been closed off by her own history, that of a people uprooted by war. She reaches out to the two teenagers to welcome them into her modest home.
She will display compassion and love for these two exiles lost in a strange world far from their suffering. In the end, they will realize they are not so different, after all…