The films from Sweden have highlighted the wisdom and knowledge from young and old. Mr. Emerich Roth tells us the story of his childhood and the factors that lead to radicalization in the 1920s in his village before the Holocaust. He also explains why he today still chooses to lecture for school children against extremism. In other films, we meet the other end of the spectrum where a former right-wing extremist explains how he became a target of radicalization.
The films also focus on the creation of a music video by the group Khumalo and a short film that discloses how young people are potential victims of radicalization both at school and in sports. The last music video by Cecilia Gärding was made to honor the victims of terrorism and remind the viewers that we are merely one mutual friend away from becoming friends. The last film speaks of the commitment of young people from Umeå, Sweden to stop racism in their school and how we can create a more tolerant society.