Six taxi drivers open up in the intimacy of their cars, and take us into their daily stories, wandering in the streets of Damascus. They areephemeral heroes, airing their hardships and visions of life. These six ordinary stories told in a seeming light tone, hold all the sarcasm and truth of people living without well knowing what tomorrow may bring.
Born in Damascus in 1973, Syria, Meyar Al Roumi has worked as a photographer before going to Paris where he studied cinema at the University Paris VIII and FEMIS which he graduated in 2001. He has worked as a director of photography on a number of documentary and fiction films in France and in Syria with Syrian, French & Iranian filmmakers. He has also directed a number of documentaries, including A Silent Cinema (2001), Waiting for the Day (2003) and The Future Club 2006.