Marc Isaac’s deeply moving documentary weaves together character-driven stories of refugees, migrants and English expatriates living in the French port of Calais.

Backdrop to booze cruises and the demolished Sangatte refugee camp, Calais is a desolate seaside town of few options. British bar owner Steve, feisty elderly businesswoman Tulia and reflective Afghan refugee Ijaz all exist in parallel worlds, dreaming of somewhere better. A heartbreaking, character-driven film about how hard it can be to call somewhere – anywhere – home.