Dir. Charlotte Müller - 22min - 2019 - Belgium, France
Three single women are travelling across France and Belgium by train. Véronique is Flemish, she had her daughter from a donor insemination. Lou is French, and she's about to get her first insemination in Brussels. Filmmaker Charlotte is looking for answers to her own situation, through collecting those women's testimonies, while she's taking care of her newborn baby alone. No Man’s Land is the territory of independent women who made the choice of having a child on their own, raising a reflection about the conflict of modern motherhood.