Fleeing war-torn Somalia in 2006, Ifrah Ahmed is trafficked to Ireland
where a traumatic medical examination when seeking asylum reveals the
extent of her mutilation as a child. Traumatized by the memory, she
channels the experience into a force for change and emerges as a formidable
campaigner against Female Genital Mutilation at the highest political
echelons. Based on the testimony of global FGM activist Ifrah Ahmed, the
film is written and directed by Mary McGuckian.