The project aim to explore the conflict in wich the valley of Kashmir is trapped. After 70 years, the local population is still waiting for the right to self-determination to be recognized. A new summer of clashes, curfew, martyrs and repression arrived after the killing of Burhan Wani, the commander of a kashmiri armed group, by the security forces on july 2016. Hundreds of boys have lost their eyesight because of the pellet guns, a shotgun wich can project hundreds of shrapnel-like pellets that can cause serious injuries and even death if improperly used. Despite this fresh anger, sixty-eight years ago in Kashmir began an endless winter of suffering for the people who now lives in the hope of seeing one day flourishing the spring of azadi, freedom.