The "Europe" bus stop is located on an arterial road in the French town of Chatellerault in a small banlieue. A few blocks, a brasserie, a kebab store and a bus that shuttles between the hospital and the forest, a recreational area just outside the city. This is where Zohra Hamadi, 32, lives, her summer beginning with the end of a long history of illness. For the first time in her life, Zohra can walk upright, almost pain-free - she can lead a completely normal life from now on, says the doctor to whom she owes her physical freedom. A completely normal life: Zohra has her apartment in one of the blocks, family and friends live all around, and she has found work with an NGO that deals in old clothes. If only it weren't for her husband Hocine, who is waiting in Algeria to finally get a visa as part of the family reunification program and board the next plane to join Zohra in France.
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