Two women from the same village in Kurdistan, who fled for very different reasons, are brought together in this transcendent documentary that explores community inclusion and exclusion. Filmmaker Nur Tutal fled with her family as a child from Kurdistan, while Rashan was cast out for being transgender. Rashan struggles on a daily basis to just be. Simply leaving the house leads to judgement, stares, hateful slurs and threats to her personal security. By comparing and contrasting the discrimination and violence Rashan experiences as a transgender woman to the Kurdish genocide, the film politicises gender in a completely novel way and highlights the contradiction of being an outcast in a persecuted minority.