In nowhere land
Sandesh, Sajila and their friends live in tents on wastelands. They are children of itinerant families who come from the Tarai plains and wander in the central valleys of Nepal, between urban and rural areas. An invisible but thick veil separates them from the rest of the population. Every day, these little nomads are left to themselves in the camp while their parents seek a means of survival in the city. They have no schooling and hang around aimlessly, torn between the joys and the limits of their freedom. The camp surroundings are a playground for them, a place to explore but also a place of emptiness. Brave and big-hearted, they do the daily chores, make games out of nothing and support each other through the good and the bad times. By nightfall, they find comfort near the fire and eagerly await the return of their parents.