This heartfelt story of a Berlin woman teaching Arabic refugee women to ride bikes reflects a huge cultural dialogue.
In Syria, for example, bike riding is generally or children or poor men. What does it mean to Dr. Anne Seebach and her women’s group to teach Arabic women to ride a bikes? Mobility? Empowerment? A step into European culture? Or simply a compromise until the bicycle is no longer needed? This interview is in German, but an English translation will eventually be provided here.
Documentary work: Paul Brody
Musical composition and sound design: Brody