In North Bugo, a young sports teacher decides to open a gym close to the border. In this part of town, several conflicts have taken away the hope among the communities to live together in peace again. Through sports, the teacher seeks to build a new optimistic and inclusive generation. Because of his dual citizenship however, he is sometimes looked at with suspicion by the inhabitants. Rumors increase as rebels continue to meet in his gym and his refugee cousin moves into his house. Meanwhile South Bugo faces an institutional crisis. Authorities have failed to adequately manage a mine. As a consequence, a rebel group taken control over it, reducing revenues for all the inhabitants. As the villagers and refugees face the growing insecurity and the economic hardship, accusations and stereotypes between the different identity groups increase. A courageous young lady decides to stand up and mediates between the native villagers and the refugee communities.