The Lost Keys In a long-term observation the film accompanies greek musicians and their students on the island of Lesbos and describes how it was possible to play music under difficult conditions- until the fire in camp Moria .It also describes how to maintain humanity in crisis. Music is a universal language. Through the work of the protagonists the film approaches Moria up to the point of its destruction and to what’s left behind.It shows- over a period of three years- the situation of the refugees and the locals, both groups suffering from lack of support by the greek government as well as EU. 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. 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?