After the Syrian Revolution, Al-Assad’s regime besieges the district of Yarmouk, largest Palestinian refugee camp in the world. Yarmouk is cut off. The director records the daily deprivations while celebrating the people’s courage.A very real, inside look at life under siege. This documentary can be only described as your utmost ‘real’ view inside a refugee camp going through siege, the scenes are extremely real and the poetic gripping voice recounting the experience only gives more layers to allow you to delve deep within a journey of deathm and come back alive. Very recommended.