This thought-provoking 28-minute documentary is set in the sprawling camps of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, the temporary home of an estimated one million Rohingya refugees.
Over half of the refugees here are children, a new generation growing up in the shadows of pervasive fear and despair, their lives seemingly stopped in time. As you journey through this documentary, you’ll witness the harsh realities of their lives through the eyes of their parents, revealing a childhood that’s anything but ordinary.
Despite the dire situation, humanitarian funds continue to dwindle, casting an even greater shadow over the already bleak future of these refugees. Yet, the spirit of the Rohingya people persists, their hope and resilience shining through the deepest adversity.
This documentary doesn’t just focus on the present; it also explores the potential futures of these children, teenagers, and young adults living in containment. Despite the odds, they continue to dream, to hope, and to fight for a future they can call their own.
Join us on this eye-opening journey into the heart of the Rohingya crisis. Witness the resilience of a generation in limbo, their struggles, their hopes, and their unwavering spirit. Your perspective on the world might just change forever.