Dr. Tawhid is a pediatrician in Dhaka, Bangladesh. In 2017, he volunteered as a medic at the Rohingya refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar where he met Osman, a 14-year-old Rohingya boy.
“I want to study. I want to become a doctor like you.” Osman reminded Tawhid of himself as a kid, inspiring him to raise funds for Osman and promising to fight for his future.
Tawhid and Osman remain in touch over the phone. As time passes, Tawhid becomes Osman’s only hope of a better life outside of the camp. Tawhid begins to worry he is offering a false dream, as he is unable to provide an answer to the questions clouding Osman’s future.
Tawhid is planning another trip to see Osman, but this is likely to be his final visit. He must craft a plan that enables Osman to live independently. In a world built on inequalities and borders, how are they going to break the boundaries?