Jörg Heitmann & Philip Scheffner
Germany, 49 min
A passport assigns places that we call identities and which mark a limit between individuals: there is the legal and the illegal, the desirables and the undesirables. It is the object that enables the lucky to prove they’re on the right side. But at what cost in this time of biometric control? And what burden is carried by those who don’t have one, by those refused an identity?