Synopsis: Nurse Um Ibrahim, Dr. Hamza Al Khatib and photographer Abd AlKader Habak are close friends and endured months of siege in Aleppo vowing not to leave their city. Based in Al Quds Hospital, they were operating and treating hundreds of civilian casualties. Amidst the misery and death, they managed to find moments of love, fun and laughter. With them, we live the time of despair but also the moments of bonding together. But the moment comes where they are all forced to leave with no return… for now at least.
Director’s biography: Lina Sinjab is an independent filmmaker and a correspondent for the BBC based in Beirut. Sinjab was the BBC’s correspondent in Syria, Yemen and Libya. She directed a short TV documentary “Voices from Homs” in 2012 and, in 2013, another short TV documentary on Syrian Women named “Syrian Diaries: Suryiat”, which was shortlisted for the One Media Award. She produced many films for the BBC and won the International Media Cutting Edge Award for her coverage in Syria in 2013.