Deheisheh refugee camp, West Bank.
As all children of the camp, Tamer dreams to free his country and takes example on the Intifada generation. Former resistant, Nader tries to protect his son of the dangers bound to the Israeli occupation but also tries to fulfil his dream: to see the big sea. Although situated at only 40 km of the camp, the Mediterranean Sea is almost inaccessible to them. Nader tries however to make everything to achieve this breakaway beyond the wall, where occupation becomes only a memory.
Laura Delle Piane was born in Rome and studied Literature at La Sapienza University before entering the École Supérieure dAudiovisuel in Toulouse. She discovered in Paris the world of contemporary art and in 2009, with LASA, an independent art group, she attended the 10th Biennal of Contemporary Art in La Havana, with the documentary Hoy como ayer. She realized many documentaries focusing on children victims of war and violence. She works with Backpack Productions for documentaries and reportage