Soulfully set to the track "Catapult" by Jack Savoretti, the film depicts a young Syrian boy whose home has been torn apart by war. Separated from his family during an aerial attack on his home, he embarks on a long, dangerous journey to be reunited with his parents. It concludes with the message that some children will see more this winter than an adult will experience in a lifetime.
Adin cites his personal experience of the Calais refugee camp the "Jungle" two years ago when describing the project in a statement: "Help Refugees were such a support to me when I was in the Calais "Jungle" so it has been an honour to work with them and Blinkink on this project. If this film helps just one of the millions of refugee children struggling this winter, then it will have done its job."