On September 28, 1982, the worst train derailment in the United States occurred in the small town of Livingston, Louisiana. It was the most critical and deadly of train disasters so far recorded in American history
Kurdistan, the land of exile, the land of hope, is like an X-ray of the Kurdish people and their unknown territory. Once again, and in spite of itself, it finds itself at the center of a geopolitical and humanitarian situation as catastrophic as it is uncertain. The film unfolds like a fragmented portrait, depicting the various issues of these people by exposing the daily reality of different characters illustrating this region’s distress through their situation, their dreams, their beliefs and fears.