For two decades, the Acholi people of Northern Uganda have been caught in a civil war between a rebel group whose main objective is inhumane terror and a government whose military response has often increased misery and suffering.
Over one and a half million people have been displaced into camps and over 25,000 children have been abductedto be used as soldiers and sex slaves. And yet through it all, every day across Acholi-land something remarkable happens.
Against a backdrop of dismal statistics, miniscule opportunity and unpredictable terror, in a part of Uganda forgotten by the world, children who have never known peace, face the day as if to live this way is normal, as if they still believe in the future. These children are the embodiment of resilience and hope.
This film is the story of Uganda, her stolen children, and the fight to be free.