Whoever wrote the description for Amazon obviously didn't watch the film. As usual, director Tony Gatlif busts genres with a road movie featuring two young women. Daphne Patakia is brilliant as Djam, enigmatic, intense, generous, and a free spirit who guides Avril, played by Maryne Cayon toward self discovery. Gatlif again uses great music with a strong dose of Greek Repetiko and some astonishing dancing. Compared to his previous films, this one is somewhat understated. The awful shock of Avril's discovery of the mountain of disgarded life jackets off the shore of Lesbos is understood through her gestures and expression rather than words. Pne is aware that the refugees are close, but we don't see them. Gatlif fans will see this as a kind of companion peace to Gadjo Dilo, The Crazy Stranger. I was also reminded of Agnes Varda's Vagabond, but the flip side: community, compassion, art are antidotes to nihilism.