You cannot outrun the love of God.
"Awlaad-hoy-e watan, omeed-e watan." A nation's children, a nation's hope.
The real life attack on a camp in Afghanistan provides a vivid backdrop to the fictional story of Mac McCann. The 32 year-old Mac is ostensibly there to train locals as Police Officers, but in reality he is running from the pain of losing his three-year-old son, details he hid from wife Sophie. Mac is also determined to leave his mark on this tumultuous country.
Mac shares a tent with fellow trainers from the United States. A motley group, each one is there for a different personal reason.
Mac believes his plan to hide out and heal is working, until his path collides with young Bashir. The four-year-old son of the camp barber, Bashir's presence forces Mac to deal with the real reason he left Sophie.
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