Palestinian Hanadi Salah Hammoud, the owner of the first bakery in the Shatila camp, tirelessly faces the hardships of asylum. She lived the refugee journey of the Palestinian Nakba and moved from one camp to another, and moved the bakery with her as part of her life.

She faced the flames of heat, the bitterness of life, and criticism together, but she did not care in order to help her husband secure a decent living and educate her children, in light of the repercussions.