An exciting documentary revealing the personal and political challenges of young, migrant Londoners today.
Told through the first meeting of photographer Darren (27) and poet Edward (19), we follow their contrasting childhood stories of migration. Despite cultural differences, Edward, a second-generation Ghanaian, and Darren, first-generation Cantonese, develop an intriguing connection during an honest conversation about Britain, family and ethnicity.
Together, the young men navigate their pasts, identities and emotions, to find common ground as artists and as Londoners. Through their rapport and sensitivities, they champion how young, marginalised voices build connections and find comfort from ‘outside the comfort zone’.