Mixing ethnographic and authored documentary forms this film is a unique record of the Kirghiz tribe. A people struggling to adapt to their new surroundings and modern life.
For the last 27 years, the Kirghiz tribe have lived a quasi-Iron Age existence in one of the remotest places on earth. Now, having migrated an amazing five times, they live in Turkey, a tribe divided. Those over 30 pine for their nomadic history and the rugged mountains of their homeland while the young have a modern education and live in a world of pop music and internet cafes.
A feature-length mix of the ethnographic and authored documentary forms, the collaboration between distinctive director Ben Hopkins and the Kirghiz tribe makes this film a unique record of a unique people.