Burning from the Inside is a socio-political documentary film, which takes place in Greece and Germany. The film focuses on the rise of the Greek Nazis ‘Chrisi Avgi’ as the ‘monstrous’ child of the crisis, the changes they brought into Greek society after their entry in parliament in 2012, the collaboration with German Nazis towards the formation of 'Black International' in Europe, and their demolition two years later after the murder of the anti-fascist Pavlos Fissas. Through the ‘trajectory’ of the party, we question the political and social structures of Greek leadership which ‘allowed’ space to fascism and corruption, as well as the functionality of Capitalism and Democracy in the country that gave birth to it. We also focus on the antifascist and anti-capitalistic movement which grew at the same time not only in Greece but also in Germany. In the country that gave birth to Nazism, the Greek immigrants give their own fight against the developments in Greece, and try to be a part of the events. Adopting the point of view of the Greek immigrants in Germany, the film tries to depict the situation, impose questions and unfold the reasons which made Greece a country 'burning from the inside'.