Although journalist Lena is in the middle of a personal crisis, she agrees to do research on the European security policy. Her work leads her from Berlin to Northern Greece, where a new fence on the boarder to Turkey is to "protect" the West from new refugees. Lena makes the acquaintance of Amy, an activist working for "Refugees Welcome", and begins to accompany her. Their opposing stances on issues like security, political action, work, wealth and capitalism cause friction and spark heated discussions between the two women. Consequently, Lean and Amy are forced to question their individual positions and to broaden their horizon.