Borders are often both tragic and comical - at the same time. And the border as a phenomenon has a huge impact on how we describe and understand Europe right now. We meet a group of people who live on the border between Germany and Denmark – a border which has been invisible since the Schengen agreement. They recently woke up to a strange sight: On the border where people from both sides have considered themselves belonging to the same family, a politically inflamed wild boar fence was raised, like a mythical wall against the Europe of dreams. And when the fence against the plague was finished, the corona virus, which no fence can keep out, arrived.
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