A father and his son go fishing. They come back home with only one fish.
Kosmonovski, a band of six mentally-disordered people, a professional guitarist and a social-worker, is a "pscyho-pop" band from Munster, founded in 2012. In January 2016, they went on a tour in Germany and Luxembourg with the famous German punk-rock band "donots". Through the tour, Kosmonovski and donots got close friends and had fun together. The film is a road-movie documentary film dealing with the question if a better medicine exists for mentally-disordered people, in this case, "music therapy".
Jonas plays football passionately and he loves making music. When he grows up he wants to be a cook. Ole loves climbing and his dream job is to become an architect for Lego. Nele feels most comfortable when riding a horse and she considers being a teacher as an adult. Lenny is a good swimmer and says that he „can do all the things that other kids can do, too“.
Four children talk about their lives with epilepsy, about the things they like to do and the things they cannot stand.
The film is about Rafet (65) and four uneducated immigrants that Rafet has educated for around 7 years about philosophy, psychology, politics and arts who are now in their 30s. It will include the histories, presents and also the futures of those 5 characters that are living in Berlin.
Afghan male immigrants, who are ‘unrecognized’ in Antalya, Turkey try to survive by working in recycling, namely collecting papers, plastics, and glasses. In their free time, they go to the mosque to pray together and in the weekends, they cook and eat together. Also, they love playing cricket, the national sport of Afghanistan. Cricket for them happens to be a tool of resistance while the cricket field becomes a piece of home, where they feel themselves in Afghanistan.
Two men with a Blue (refugee) passport living in Berlin try to deal with the idea of not being able to go back to their homeland forever.