Mohamed Dih visits the Sahrawi refugee camp of Boujdour after spending his adolescence in Seville. When a flash flood destroys his house, he decides to stay longer than expected to rebuild it, take care of his blind grandfather and meet his two-year-old nephew. The passage of time and the hostile landscape will gradually consume the three characters; the grandfather will lose the desire to leave the haima and Mohamed Dih's projects will gradually be forgotten. The wind moves the fabrics of the tent where the grandfather sleeps, Mohamed Dih prepares it in silence and little Mohamed runs through the desert, moving further and further away from the ruined house. Through the three generations we will live a journey of reflections in the lost memory that has the neglect as destiny.