“The biggest damned ghetto”, is the way the school caretaker describes the classroom in which Xhumi and Müke are to spent their last few month at school. Ana's hands become moist with sweat when she is asked about the job she hopes to find at some future date. Olli is already on the outside, i.e. on the street. “You don't look so good these days”, says Ati, the roast chestnut vendor, himself not yet 20. We find ourselves on the sunny side of Zurich's Gold Coast with a bunch of kids who are trying to break into the world of work, into the consumer society around them. It's six degrees below, says Oli to his friend Ati, as Dani lets himself slide heavily from the bed to the floor.
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