Zoro is a 13-year-old refugee from Afghanistan living in an emergency shelter in Germany and dealing with a frosty relationship with the citizens of the town. When he learns that a local Christian boys' choir will be touring to Hungary, where his father was left stranded in a cruel camp, he plots to join the choir. His singing talent is exceptional, but he will have to overcome his sharp clash or personalities with the strict choir master.
Featuring beautiful cinematography, sharp performances, and a pitch-perfect mix of humor and pathos, Zoro’s Solo is a notable feature debut for director Martin Busker.
This screening is sponsored by the German Consulate General Miami and the Jordan Alexander Ressler Charitable Fund.