Photographer and director Harry Hook, who grew up in Sudan and Kenya, has been documenting life in Africa for forty years. In this film, he uses his intimate images to tell his personal story as he crosses the continent to visit distant tribal groups.
During his trip, Harry finds five Samburu women whom he first photographed in Kenya thirty years ago. His goal is to offer them a copy of their portrait and to discover how their life has changed in three decades. Harry also ventures into isolated communities and meets people steeped in a rich cultural past but who also embrace contemporary Africa.