I have fallen in love.

I have fallen in love with a film, with a filmmaker.

I have fallen in love with a hypnotising atmosphere, a weight that is at once heavy and yet marvellous.

One aspect that characterises our modern life more than anything else is migration. It is not only the debates around it, which, in particular, in Europe (paradoxically), are fierce and sometimes outright racist and islamophobe. What we forget in the almost daily discourse on migration is the actual people who are on . . .

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