It's a film that sheds light on bordering nations and the walls that separate them.
"I don't forget a face. I promise you. If I see you again, I will arrest you and you will sleep in jail.”
Filmed in four continents, the film titled 'Walls' presents eight personal stories of people who are directly affected by a physical barrier. A wall that inevitably results in an inner barrier as well.
"My children are on the other side. That is my obstacle: The wall.”
It's a universal theme, that's lived locally. The film includes the wall between the U.S and Mexico, Zimbabwe and South Africa, India and Bangladesh and Spain with Morocco.
"It doesn't stop a movement. People are going to move. We are all going to move. We are all human beings. We all came from somewhere. So it's like a survival game.”
"We are the mice and they are the cats.”
"We have dreams and they have hopes, like everyone else. We all share the same basic emotions no matter where you are.”
The film is produced by Arena Comunicación and is directed by Pablo Iraburu and Migueltxo Molina. More than taking sides or pushing a political agenda, they say it's simply about showing a reality that's lived in different parts of the globe.