Flee | 2021

Directed by: Jonas Poher Rasmussen

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Main Plot

"Flee" is an animated documentary that follows the journey of a young Afghan refugee named Amin, who shares his story of escaping his war-torn country and seeking asylum in Denmark. Through vivid animation and intimate interviews, Amin's past and present intertwine, revealing the complexities of his life.


  • Daniel Karimyar plays a supporting character who helps the protagonist navigate through difficult situations and provides emotional support.
  • Fardin Mijdzadeh is a childhood friend of the protagonist and provides emotional support throughout their journey.
  • Milad Eskandari is a key character in the plot of Flee, serving as a close friend and confidant to the protagonist.

Ending Explained

In the ending of "Flee," directed by Jonas Poher Rasmussen, the protagonist, Amin, finally reaches Denmark after a long and perilous journey. He reflects on his past, the traumatic experiences he endured as a child refugee, and the sacrifices made by his loved ones. Amin's story highlights the resilience and strength of refugees, shedding light on the complex emotions and challenges they face. The film ends with Amin embracing his new life, while acknowledging the lasting impact of his past and the importance of remembering and sharing his story.

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Jonas Poher Rasmussen Daniel Karimyar Fardin Mijdzadeh Milad Eskandari