376 AD – refugee crisis in the Roman Empire. The destiny of a Germanic family and its tribe reveals a historical perception on today’s migrational movements. Inspired by actual events.
»Just like the peoples of the late antiquity were constantly changing, the contemporary ethnogenesis that is currently taking place due to increased immigration in Europe can never be completed. Every attempt to classify the Völkerwanderung as a completed segment of history, and to compare it to modern migrational trends in that it stands for a warning of the outcome of “foreign infiltration” is therefore doomed to fail from the start.«
– Reinhard Pohanka, Historian