We are making a film about Lithuanian migrant working men in Sweden. They do not want to be on camera, they do not want to participate in one more media image for guilt and pity. They film us; we empty a bottle of moonshine, we dance on their porch. They might let us film them tomorrow. Second Class is a time document about class and respect, value of work and human in 2012. In search of genuine meetings and specific images most clearly expressing the state of life of migrant working men, the way we experience it, political, social, existential and private aspects take form through our own representation in the film. The power of depicting, a mixture between high and low, the politically incorrect and the loving.