Alone in a local landfill site that borders the Atlantic, two fisherman’s sons engage in a friendly game of hide and seek until the youngest of the two stumbles upon a horrific sight: the corpse of a young man washed up along the shore. Believing it to be his eldest brother whose body was lost at sea, this young boy must battle against a weathered people wanting to move on from a traumatic past, the only brother he has left who struggles to relate to him, and his own inner turmoil in desperation to recover what was lost.


The product of a Ghanaian father and an American mother, Amartei Armar is a writer/director who gravitates towards topics surrounding identity, immigration, and the human need to feel a sense of belonging having spent most of his life moving back and forth between the two countries and cultures. He is currently based in Accra, Ghana.