A heartfelt love for cinema is at the centre of this Sudanese tale of four local filmmakers hell-bent on reviving a cinema space which has been shut down amid political and economic pressure. This intrepid gang of retired film lovers are determined to revitalise the Sudanese film culture, despite lack of money, equipment and the threat of censorship in a country where public screenings are banned. Sudan-born director Suhaib Gasmelbari creates a melancholic yet wonderfully charged evocation of both the demise of Sudan’s once-thriving film industry and the joys of the communal cinema experience.