Neta Elkayam, a young Jewish singer born in Israel of Moroccan parents, sings through the Moroccan repertoire her longing for her mother land.
In the city of Jerusalem she lives with her husband Amit Hai Cohen, a Multi-disciplinary Jewish Moroccan artist and a member of the band. Their house comes at the crossroads of musicians, Sephardi activists and Palestinians. Neta's dream is to follow the traces of her family and to spend some time in Morocco together with Amit in order to enhance her art and also to get a Moroccan passport.
Her own way to fix the sorrows of exile. Neta and Amit symbolize this young generation that proudly carries the legacy of their parents and grand parents.
How to bear with the idea that it is no longer possible to be where we used to be? What is the notion of mother land? Do artists find in the Arabo-Berber culture an answer to the many questions of identity?
After Tinghir Jerusalem, this portrait of Neta Elkayam and of all this third Israeli generation, shows us this sudden dream of rebuilding new bridges with Morocco, through the eye of this new generation.