The Invisible: Modern Slavery in Europe

Worldwide, 28 million people live in working conditions that are considered modern slavery. This also applies to the 100,000 harvest workers in Huelva, Spain, who harvest fruit worth one billion euros every year. Their daily lives are marked by poverty, hard work, lack of health care, sexual exploitation and a lack of prospects. 100,000 individual fates that have one thing in common: They left their homeland for a better life – and did not find it. Parallel to the stories of the migrants, a Swiss doctoral student researches the working conditions and the health consequences of these precarious living situations. Her conversations with representatives from trade unions, journalism, politics and academia show: There are no simple solutions. Spain, the EU, the major distributors and other profiteers do not seem to want to change anything.

Documentary 60 min.

What we did

  • Dialogue edit.
  • Sound Design & Foley
  • Mixdown for Cinema & TV (5.1. & stereo)