This is an extraordinary documentary about an Australian grandmother, Karen Nettleton, who is attempting to bring her orphaned grandchildren home from Syria. Karen's daughter, Tara, converted to Islam as a teenager and married Sydney resident Khaled Sharrouf, who eventually left Australia to join the Islamic State. In 2014, Tara joined him in Syria with their five young children. Tara died of intestinal problems in 2015; her husband and her two eldest sons were killed two years later in an airstrike. Karen's three surviving grandchildren and her two great-grandchildren are now living in a squalid refugee camp in Syria, where Karen recently visited them. She is pressing the Australian government to allow them back into the country.

This is an extraordinary documentary about an Australian grandmother, Karen Nettleton, who is attempting to bring her orphaned grandchildren home from Syria. Karen’s daughter, Tara, converted to Islam as a teenager and married Sydney resident Khaled Sharrouf, who eventually left Australia to join the Islamic State. In 2014, Tara joined him in Syria with their five young children. Tara died of intestinal problems in 2015; her husband and her two eldest sons were killed two years later in an airstrike. Karen’s three surviving grandchildren and her two great-grandchildren are now living in a squalid refugee camp in Syria, where Karen recently visited them. She is pressing the Australian government to allow them back into the country.