سفر - Safar [Journey] paints a portrait of the regional train that connects the refugee camp of Malakasa to Athens, in Greece. Many of the approximately 1800 migrants and refugees that temporarily reside in the camp depend on the train for their daily chores and needs. In Safar, this commute to the city creates the scenery in which stories, feelings and experiences unfold, while giving a sense of the continuous transition in which the refugees live. At the same time, the daily journey forms one of the few moments of interaction with Greek society, making the train both a physical and symbolical space through which a congested subject is approached: the next stage of the European refugee crisis in Greece. The film is mosaic that carries the viewers in the train and offers them insights of the travelers’ lives, who after crossing mountains and seas cannot escape going back and forth between Malakasa and Athens, between their memories and dreams, between their fears and hopes.