Within a context of generalised hostility, there exists a place in Calais where migrants are still welcomed and cared for.
The hospital and its "OAC" department - Open-Access Care- are a place where a listening ear and kindness can still be found, in the name of public service. Claire Lonnoy, nurse, Etienne Louis, nurse, the emergency doctor, Mohamed El Mouden, Liza and Ashraf Haroon Hashemi, Afghan professionals or even the doctor-psychiatrist Philippe Legrand work in Calais where they treat headaches, stomach aches, scabies or tuberculosis, border wounds, depressions ... Without having been specially prepared for them, these citizens are daily confronted with the violence of the living conditions of exiles.
After several years, they are divided between enthusiasm and wear and tear, between benevolence and difficulties in understanding each other. Their meeting with the exiles changed them and transformed their way of caring.