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Beyound the borders-No borders generation
International public

In Massimiliano Andreetas collection of clips of two people and their stories they tell us about the journey they have made and if and how they arrived, where they live now. They tell us from their point of view and in consideration of their personal experiences about the issues of settling in in a foreign country and integrate into society. Language plays a decisive role. They emphasize that, no matter how good you learn the language of the new 'home town', it still never becomes a mother tongue. The differences in the characters of the different cultures are also mentioned.



The social environment is pretty small in the beginning and starts growing slowly with starting to work or to study. As an immigrant you have to struggle with the feeling of loneliness for a long time and in weakened form forever. The conclusion is: Even if an integration can not be fully completed, it is possible to feel like beeing a part of society.

Author Massimiliano Andreetta
"No borders generation" wants to tell stories about people who are living with different languages and cultures. Nicolo, Max and Ezio are from Italy. Nicolo is half Slovenian and half Italian, he is growing up in the border city of Gorizia-Nova Gorica, which were divided during the World War II in two parts: One part of the city belongs to Slovenia, the other to Italy. Max comes from Udine, also a multilingual city, near the border of Slovenia and Austria. Max is the author of the radio features "No borders generation".



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