All the men in Sifa’s family went missing in the Srebenica massacre and were later identified in the mass graves, with the exception of her elder brother. Now, Sifa has to return to her native Bosnia for one more funeral.
The agreement that ended the Bosnian War was signed in November 1995. But is this agreement imposed by the international community strong enough to guarantee future peace? This is the question posed by Sifa Suljic, a Bosnian from Srebrenica who ended up rebuilding her life in Catalonia. She is now returning to her country to bury the remains of her last family member to disappear in the massacre.
In this journey for answers, she tries to find out what happened to her brother and how neighbours who had grown up together ended up despising and killing each other. And there is one question always on her mind: could it happen again?