Yazan has spent a few days in the Wiesbaden camp, and reality starts to kick in. The living conditions in the school-turned-shelter that he inhabits along with 300 other refugees are not ideal. Though it is a time of uncertainty in Germany and throughout the European Union, Germany continues to accommodate refugees and presses other member states to follow suit and share the burden. Yazan’s father is concerned about the difficulty his son will face finding a job, and he talks to him about marriage [as in that Yazan should marry for money? That’s what this implies], as the money provided by German social services is sometimes doesn’t cover expenses.