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In Hamada, Eloy Domínguez Serén reveals the restricted life of Sidahmed, Zahara e Taher that refuse, in a simple way, the invisibility of their condition, parias walled between a mined camp and the second biggest military wall in the world. On the other side? Their hometown, from where they only hear stories through their father's voices. This community is the people saharaui, that waits, for more than 40 years, for their auto determination and total independence of Morocco. During all the day, the characters repair Mercedes and Land Rovers, that can't drive them anywhere, and they struggle for political changes with no answer, using the power of creativity to denounce the reality around, expanding, over borders, their refugee condition of the last African colony. (Luís Lima)