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    The Island Bus

    How to be happy, no matter what
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    The Island Bus (official trailer)

    Uploaded Apr 24, 2018
    THE ISLAND BUS (Scotland/Germany, 2013) director: Sibylle Meder/ producer: Lindsay Goodall, Beau Films / co-producers: Anja Dehghan & Mike Dehghan, High5Films
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    15-year-old Saeed from Afghanistan took a boat in Izmir to come to Europe. He made it. Just. In view of the Turkish coast, Saeed strands on a Greek island called Tilos. Fleeing a traumatic past and after an arduous trip, Saeed is catapulted into an island community with only 400 inhabitants - and one bus.

    Stumbling his way into the island customs, Saeed soon discovers that he might not be the only one who is looking for a new home on Tilos. The passengers on the island bus come from over a dozen different countries, and like Saeed, they also have stories of dislocation to tell. Is it the place you find yourself in or the people you meet on your journey that give you that feeling of being at home?

    Lots of sheep, bees wax and chats in the alleyways were involved in the making of this warm-hearted documentary which adds an Aegean twist to the eternal question of how to be happy no matter what.

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    The Island Bus

    Directed by Sibylle Meder 2014 107 min
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    The Island Bus (official trailer)

    Uploaded Apr 24, 2018
    THE ISLAND BUS (Scotland/Germany, 2013) director: Sibylle Meder/ producer: Lindsay Goodall, Beau Films / co-producers: Anja Dehghan & Mike Dehghan, High5Films
    islandbus.wordpress.com

    15-year-old Saeed from Afghanistan took a boat in Izmir to come to Europe. He made it. Just. In view of the Turkish coast, Saeed strands on a Greek island called Tilos. Fleeing a traumatic past and after an arduous trip, Saeed is catapulted into an island community with only 400 inhabitants - and one bus.

    Stumbling his way into the island customs, Saeed soon discovers that he might not be the only one who is looking for a new home on Tilos. The passengers on the island bus come from over a dozen different countries, and like Saeed, they also have stories of dislocation to tell. Is it the place you find yourself in or the people you meet on your journey that give you that feeling of being at home?

    Lots of sheep, bees wax and chats in the alleyways were involved in the making of this warm-hearted documentary which adds an Aegean twist to the eternal question of how to be happy no matter what.

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    The Island Bus

    15-year-old Saeed from Afghanistan took a boat in Izmir to come to Europe. Just off the Turkish coast, Saeed strands on a Greek island called Tilos. Fleeing a traumatic past, he is catapulted into a community with only 400 inhabitants - and one bus.

    Saeed soon discovers that he is not the only one looking for a new home here. The passengers on THE ISLAND BUS come from over a dozen countries, and also have stories of dislocation to tell.

    Lots of sheep, bees wax and chats in the alleyways were involved in the making of this warm-hearted documentary which adds an Aegean twist to the eternal question of how to be happy no matter what.

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