Leogrande takes us on board the ships of the Mare Nostrum operation. It leads us to meet traffickers and baby-smugglers, along with the stories of survivors of shipwrecks in the Mediterranean off Lampedusa; reconstructs the history of the Eritreans, a people among peoples forced to migrate by a ferocious dictatorship, also caused by Italian colonialism; he tells us about the other frontier, the Greek one, that of Golden Dawn and Patras, and then the other one, that of the Balkans; it introduces us into an exploded and devastated Libya, it makes us enter the Italian CIEs and their abuses of power, into the violence of the Roman periphery and into the violence hidden in our souls. How much suffering. How much chaos. How much indifference.