He told Sputnik that the film dealt with the biggest event and before the displacement itself.
He explained that he tried to be a carrier, especially since the film talks about the relationship of a mother with her child, and how to accept separation from him for 15 years, and went to Cuba, which is known to receive all the so-called liberation movements, especially as the grants are given to children and not families.
Akremesh focused on one of the important points, which is the case of the mother who considered any place where her son is a homeland, as well as the relationship of the Bedouin to the tribal through the grandfather who refused to travel the child and looking for face in front of the tribal, which led him to stay in the camps and not return to Morocco, Especially since he spent all his life in the war, as he considers the authority of the tribe higher than the authority of the state.
He continued that the human being born in the desert is born as a refugee innately, especially as they spend their lives in a race with the clouds, and that is the secret not to build any desert houses with stones, because he knows that he will leave.
He pointed out that the person who practiced intimidation and intimidation for the delivery of the child, put it before the question about what returns to the child during his stay in the vacuum, which is the entrance through which he influenced them.
He explained that he gave each character its logic and personality without imposing a particular vision on the viewer, especially since the official statistics in 2005 that there are 4,000 children were transferred to Cuba.
He stressed that the child who had spent his life in Cuba felt that he was ready to die for Cuba and not for Morocco, and his lifestyle had greatly influenced his behavior and his dealings with family members.
He explained that the new film speaks of a legal loophole in the law of the United Nations, where it deals with a case in the region of Karakrat, which was declared demilitarized in the Moroccan Sahara.
On the other hand, the Moroccan director pointed out that this year's International Film Festival has a great diversity of films, and that it brings together many cultures and cinematic visions, and stresses the role of Morocco in enriching the international film movement.
The film won the grand prize at the national festival in Tangier this year, and the opening of the Moroccan healing Babidjan this month.
The film unravels one of the most serious humanitarian issues in the Tindouf camps, where children are exploited by the Polisario and violated their childhood for political reasons.
The film deals with the issue of children who are displaced to Cuba from the Tindouf camps in southern Algeria, and attempts to highlight this category and the suffering of the Sahrawi families because of the exploitation of their minors and their composition to become weapons directed against their country of origin and their brothers and families, who still have a family extension.