On an old airfield, patrolled by military, Conijn crawls through a hole in the fence. Planes can no longer take off here and people live in tattered white tents on and alongside the runway. Conijn wants to meet them, to see who they are. He films them, without focusing on a single person, and seems uninterested in tales of hardship.
A former Islamic fundamentalist changes from a hateful and spiteful jihadist to a free citizen who renounces violence.
Gracious is deaf but lives just like any other girl her age. One day, a terrible thing happened to her: she was raped by her cousin.
Peter Greenaway constructs an alphabet for and with his daughter Zoë as a blueprint of his life.
Sil (10) and Merlijn (11) have heard stories about the children who live in refugee camps from their mothers who work there. Now they want to meet these kids themselves. Will this be the start of a new set of friendships?