Jaber is a quiet young man but his mind never stopped raising questions as his life took a violent turn. This is a story about a draft-dodger, risking his life trying to stop time from shredding his old life.
The Capital takes us through that process when a young man coming of age, starts realising the reality of life and the finality of war.
"I knew some corners on that street, I can still hear my mother's voice echoing from the walls where we used to wait for my school bus. Walking there made me feel trapped in some dark nightmare just waiting for my eyes to open themselves. The only problem for me that I couldn't find my house behind the forked flags. And my dream was too vivid to have an end."