For two decades, the Enache family - nine kids and their parents - lived in a shack in the wilderness of Bucharest Delta: one of the biggest urban natural reservations in the world, with lakes and hundreds of species of animals and rare plants. When the authorities decide to claim back this rare urban ecosystem, the Enache family is evicted and told to resettle in the city - a reality they know nothing about.Kids'identity has been transformed, along with their sense of freedom and family ties.
„The documentary gives a different perspective on gentrification processes, through the eyes of a family which became its victim. Forced to exchange their freedom of living in the wilderness to an unfamiliar life in a concrete jungle, the characters of the film expose dysfunctional means of integration and show us the incapability of contemporary world to accept different lifestyles.(Aistė Račaitytė)