Uganda was the scene of one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world, where war continues between the government and one rebel group. Casting a sharp eye on the politics of war, the film closely follows the characters on a daily conditioned by the conflict: a mother turned activist after the abduction of his daughter, a girl walking dozens of miles every day to find a place to spend the night, or a grandmother sentenced to end his days in a squalid camps. Without narration, the film gives them a voice with respect and decency. Catherine Hebert signs denouncing and aesthetically complete work that shows eloquently the life of a people facing a bloody war and a government complacent.
Languages: English,Acholi and Langi Subtitles: English and French