Keza Lyn lives with her cousin Dudu, and works as a waitress in a bar, where she secretly records customers conversations with her dictaphone... a world around her inhabited by a feeling of rootlessness.
Philbert Aime Mbabazi Sharangabo`s first short film Ruhago/Destiny FM (2012) won the SIGNIS award for best emerging filmmaker in East Africa at Zanzibar International Film Festival in 2012. He later made three other short films that screened in international film festivals before he attended Haute École d’Art et de Design in Geneva where he graduated in 2017. His first school film "The Liberators“ (2016) premiered in competition at Vision du Réel Nyon 2016 and later received a Special Mention at Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur in the Swiss Film school category. His second school short film „Versus“(2016), premiered in compétition at Uppsala International Film Festival 2016 and screened in competition at Oberhausen Film