Anachoma is an independent documentary project dealing with the clandestine practice of Pushbacks alongside the Evros-Meric River, constituting the Greek-Turkish Land Border, and thus, “the border of hope” for many refugees and migrants who try to cross into Europe every year. The film unfolds by telling the story of how the Evros-Meric river itself got weaponized following the 2020’s “March Events” from where we get to know the stories of 12 Pushback survivors and the depiction of their journeys. The narrative is accompanied by expert commentary of Human Rights Lawyers, UNHCR staff, Researchers, Investigative Journalists, numerous NGO Representatives, Members of European Parliament, as well as locals from both sides of the border. In total, the filmmakers collected more than 30 interviews and constructed the entire anatomy of a dubious practice, from apprehension point till collective expulsion and its aftermath. Furthermore, the film was shot on 16 different locations, reaching from Thessaloniki to Istanbul.