The Lost Keys

The documentary reflects the bigotry of modern, „equal rights“ society; Europe retains the forgotten people from the south who fight for their life, their future and their dreams.
In the refugee camp of Moria the migrants get by on their hope, their desire to live, express themselves and the idea of a better future. While waiting, daily routines in the camp go on and the refugees fill them with activities that add some sense to their life, such as music:
music is one of those activities, and in this documentary we go inside camp Moria, into a group of classes where music teachers and students share their experiences. In the so called garden, a guarded fenced place inside Moria.

I’m telling you this story through the eyes of the people who are gathering in Moria in a place they call their garden and bring it to life with their love and music, as does the Kongo-born Greek Annita, who wanted to leave the island two years ago in order to search new professional experiences as a musician. But then came the call of an NGO, offering music lessons in Moria and a new challenge in work. We’re always close to the musicians who try to write their own songs. We learn about the hopes and dreams they had when they arrived on the island and how they change in the course of time. Throughout the last years we visited our protagonists , thus being able to learn about the developments on the island through their reflections. We also follow the story of a Akram who managed to leave the island and tries to start a new live on the mainland of Greece.

Limbo, the place-in-between, where people arrive to follow other paths. Hope and expectation to find a better place keep the stadium of waiting upright?