Depending on sources, in 2019 there were from 1,2 mln to 2 mln Ukrainian Migrants in Poland. They make up 85% of all migratory flows. Polish society assesses differently the phenomenon, even though millions of Poles know the migration’s good and bad sides from an autopsy. „In between” tells the story from the perspective of migrants’ families staying at home in Ukraina: Grandmother, Mother, Daughter. Different stories, as the reasons of leaving the country by their relatives. Looking for stabilization and better place to live, as Halina Driukova’s son and his family. Acquiring additional founds to bolster tight family budget or to cover ancillary expenses, as Ira Gambal’s father. And finally, looking for freedom, as Angela Rudnicka’s daughter, because Poland opens the door to the better world.