Cambodia was once home to a thriving film industry. But today, outside the big cities, there are almost no movie theaters: they were razed during the Pol Pot regime. Saori Kyoraiseki and her Cambodian collaborator Enn Salone are on a mission to bring movies to the children of small-town Cambodia. They haul projector, screen, even a generator to set up makeshift theaters for showings in elementary schools and village squares. "Movies inspire dreams". Kyoraiseki and Enn are putting that belief into action. This is their story.