- 17,000 people remain officially missing in Lebanon while their families still await their return. They all disappeared during the 1975-90 Lebanese civil war and the years that followed.
- Despite the end of the civil war in 1990, Lebanon is still torn by religious strife.
- Solidere (a healing agency, designed to help central Beirut recover from its afflictions) failed to address the needs of Lebanese people.
- Twenty-six years after the end of Lebanese Civil war the country is still run by the civil war factions. Lebanon’s political elite is a closed circle.
This documentary aims to show those facts above visually. It features three Lebanese inspirational figures: Mona El Hallak / Architect and Actvist. Sari Hanafi / Chair of Department of Sociology, Anthropology & Media Studies at the American University of Beirut and Nadine Moussa / Presidential Candidate of Lebanon