Filmmaker, Ido Haar, has been closely documenting the life of a group of young Palestinian outlaws telling a story that takes us into an absurd reality. The film follows an exclusively male community living in hiding for the past four years in the wild hills between a pine forest and a nearby Israeli town, Modiin. At first light, they sneak out from their hideouts to their work at the construction sites in the town. The town keeps growing, destined to become the third largest city in Israel. It is they who have been building it. A daily routine of police raids, fear of the separation wall slowly closing on them cannot take away their playfulness as they are being pushed from childhood to manhood.