BABUSHKA (Russian for grandmother) is a very personal view on the last journey of Adnan’s grandmother Nina and her forgetting. Through the perspective of my grandmother Nina’s fate it portrays the story of a flight from the wars of the 20th century. We accompany Nina and her grandson, my brother Michael, on their joint journey from Basle via her home town Sarajevo in Bosnia Herzegovina to Ulen her place of birth in Siberia. Nina doesn’t remember the places. “Sarajevo, moje mijesto najmilije sretan je ko u tebi nije.” “Sarajevo, my beloved city, fortunate those, who do not dwell in you.” (folk saying)