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The fake refugee

Vahid
Forfatter: Kristian Husted
Forlag: Lindhardt og Ringhof (Danmark)
Theater man Kristian Husted goes undercover as a refugee, but unfortunately gets too little out of the transformation. 

We only know the pictures too well. Of refugees in overloaded, interim boats trying to cross the Mediterranean. Or wandering up through Europe's road network. Tired, worn bodies. Some on the edge of life.

The theater man Kristian Husted has in the works Vahid sat down to go through the situation on their own body. Dressed in identity as an Iranian writer named Vahid Evazi, Husted assumes the role of refugee on the road to a better future in Europe.

Dissension. We join Vahid as he stands in the queue at Morialejren. . .

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Steffen Moestrup
Regular contributor to MODERN TIMES, and docent at Denmark's Medie- og Journalisthøjskole.

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