The Greek hairdresser who has helped more than 20,000 refugees after 'catastophe' arrived on his doorstep
Vasilis Tsartsanis was filming a music video near the Greek-Macedonian border in September 2014 when he noticed small groups of people trudging through the fields.
Confused over why families would be walking through “the middle of nowhere”, he asked them where they were from.
“Syria,” they replied. And where were they going? “To Europe.”
Vasilis, a hairdresser and part-time film maker, was mystified and returned to investigate why people were starting to journey through the sleepy area.
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