My passionate curiosity for history, archaeology, genetics, and ethnology drives me to question the concept of identity – my own or that of the community I belong to. Yet, what makes the identity of a community? Is it what we call culture? Does it change with time or remains the same in its core? The idea of this film has sprung from curiosity: how different are we, after all, from people who walked the same grounds two thousand years ago? How much of “their” culture and their relation toward the individual or the community have we inherited, if any? Is there any relation between “their” ethics/morality and ours? My intention is to bring our “distant relatives” back to life: their fears, hopes, antagonisms, and love. The intention of the film is to take the viewers on a journey through time, make them voyeurs and witnesses of times long gone, and to give them a documentary insight into people and communities of long ago, who are at the same time distant as cultures and civilizations and yet close to us, not only in terms of geography but as human beings.