All too often we take our families for granted when we are near by. A young Syrian woman, now living in exile, relies on daily phone calls to her mum in Aleppo in order to get news. However, with the fear of surveillance, little can be said and food becomes the exchange for love.
This short documentary was made during a SDI workshop in Beirut, organised by the British Council in partnership with Bidayyat for Audiovisual Arts.
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