In April 2006, 13,000 people from the Dajo ethnic group took refuge on the Gouroukon Plain, east of Tchad. They were all survivors of the war in Darfour. There, they set up camp, cut themselves off and constructed their means to survive. Oliver Zuchuat, in turn, holed himself up in this prison without walls. Through his sweeping shots he tells about the seemingly endless time of waiting. Refugees tell their stories, children draw pictures of the war, girls sing war songs: a film about war without a single war shot.
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