Never Leave Me
Bilad al-Sham: Stories of Syria • 21-Sep-2018
This is a story about pain, the search for meaning in life, and the friendship of the orphaned. Syrian boys - Isa, Ahmed, and Muataz - live difficult lives as refugees in the magical, mythical Turkish city of Sanliurfa. In their search for recovery from a traumatic past, the children will cross the path from destructiveness and hostility to meaningfulness and love. By finding friends in each other, the boys will find their inner peace.
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