Less is Home

Michalis is working on the streets selling “ΣΧΕΔΙΑ” and lives in a shelter with friends. This is not a portrait of a man. This is a “portrait” of his life, of his routine. Understanding this routine enables us to come in touch with people who we might oversee many times, while we are walking. Their struggles don’t only concern their food or the necessity of a home, but also their need of not being overlooked – the desire of being a member of a community and not being ostracized. They are the eyes and ears of a city, even though people tend to ignore them. Michalis was able to talk to us about his feelings, his life and his perception of his world. It’s not a biography of a man, but a “biography” of a city through a different perspective, where less is home.