• Hamburg Film Festival_Germany 2019 and also Nominee_Hamburg Producers Award
• Vancouver International Film Festival, Canada 2020> • Nominated for The Italian Awards, David Di Donatello 2021>
In 1990, one-sixth of the population of Bhutan was exiled because they demanded greater democratic rights from the ruler. The film follows the story of Sarita, a 13-year-old girl born in Khudunabari, a refugee camp in Nepal where over 100,000 Bhutanese exiles live. Now they will be “relocated”: thousands of families will be forced to emigrate and their Lotshampa identity will disappear forever. Sarita and her friends will not tell us their odyssey: they will dance and sing it.