A journey through the unrecognised frontiers of Nagorno-Karabakh, Abkhazia and Transnistria, countries and de-facto independent territories which are at a standstill since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Some people live their lives as many others but have a different status in their society. They are refugees, internally displaced persons or vulnerable people living in a prolonged limbo in places that very often lack international recognition and much needed aid and support.
And some of them are born with that social status, as well as their ancestors have been. They are labeled by a bygone or a long-lasting conflict that affects their existence for decades.
Conflicts that appear frozen in time and seem not to melt towards better days.