This is the story of a brother and sister who fought on opposite sides of the 2011 Libyan uprising. In the years that follow they try to navigate their PTSD as they raise their children amongst the chaos. Formally civilians, these siblings never give up, yet are constantly pulled between family or country, survival or change, unable to escape their recent past.
One family’s experience of the psychological impact of warfare and international intervention, at close range.
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