"Neither Here Nor There" documents the growing Bosnian population making Missouri their new home. More than 50,000 refugees have made Missouri their home since the war in Bosnia. Neither Here Nor There follows a widow, Fatima Selimovic, and her family living in Columbia, Missouri.
For each family member, their new home provides different opportunities and their sense of home differs. This all comes to a climax when the family returns to Srebrenica for the 10th anniversary of the fall of Srebrenica where they will bury their relatives that had been identified in mass graves. Would it be better if they just stayed in Bosnia?
Or is America truly the land of opportunities?