Encouraged by their teacher, the fearless Muslim surfer girls of Bangladesh dare to dream of freedom and escape their lives of drudgery and abuse.
Cox's Bazaar - the world's largest beach near the Rohingya refugee camp Kutupalong is home to Shob, Shuma, and Ayesha. Fearlessly, the Muslim female surfers hurl themselves toward the highest waves. In the midst of poverty, violence, and toxic masculinity, they resolutely pursue their dream of a self-determined life. And with every wave they conquer, they defy family expectations and conventions - until their worst fears come true. Joy and despair densely and emotionally told to the rhythm of the sea.