Three young squatters take over an abandoned bank. As they wait to reach the occupation threshold beyond which the law will protect them from immediate expulsion, they fill the building with their memories and their acerbic games. Through the questions raised in their families and the worlds they create, together, what emerges are their more personal, spiritual quests as individuals, the search for and affirmation of their place in a disturbed world where beliefs are affected by the heritage of colonialism.
At the intersection of personal documentary and dreamlike fiction, this film is an essay on the connection between notions of territory and legitimacy in the construction of beliefs and belonging. It is about a generation and its troubles, about bodies that incarnate that: between genders, between two cultures, between the laws of the Old World and the uncertainty of the world to come.