In Beirut, Syrian construction workers are building a skyscraper while, at the same time, their own houses in Syria are being shelled. The Lebanese war is over, but the Syrian one still rages on. The workers are locked in the building site, not allowed to leave it after 7:00 pm, as the Lebanese government has imposed night-time curfews on the refugees. Their only contact with the outside world is the hole through which they climb out in the morning to begin a new day of work. Cut off from their homeland, they gather at night around a small television set to get the news from Syria. Tormented by anguish and anxiety, suffering the deprivation of the most basic human and labour rights, they keep hoping for a different life.